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The correct answer is C.

OBJ-3.2: Secure boot is a feature of UEFI that prevents unwanted processes from executing during the boot operation by checking a list of digital certificates from valid operating system vendors before the system booting up. A self-encrypting drive (SED) is a type of solid state device (SSD) or hard disk drive (HDD) that conducts transparent encryption of all data as it is written to the device using an embedded hardware cryptographic processor. Shell restrictions are configurations that limit an end user’s ability to access the command prompt in Windows or the shell in Linux to prevent their ability to interact directly with the operating system. Attestation services are used to ensure the integrity of the computer’s startup and runtime operations. Hardware-based attestation is designed to protect against threats and malicious code that could be loaded before the operating system is loaded.

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