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How to use Firefox AppArmor profile with IcedTea Java plugin on Ubuntu 14.04?

Whenever I set up Ubuntu on a new system, I active the default AppArmor profile for Firefox via sudo aa-enforce /etc/apparmor.d/usr.bin.firefox Doing this on Ubuntu 14.04, however, makes Java ...
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Is apparmor actually working well enough? [closed]

I am wondering how unsafe Ubuntu linux actually is. Having different file permissions for root / and other users might today not be enough and actually when asking many people might point out that all ...
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How do I enable the AppArmor profile for Firefox?

Recently there an article in about configuring FF with AppArmor. When I ran the below command cat /etc/apparmor.d/usr.bin.firefox | sudo apparmor_parser –a I get the following error Error: ...
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Why do I have to enable the AppArmor profile for Firefox? Why isn't it “on” by default?

I have a pretty standard default install of 11.10 (Unity 3D). I'm trying to understand a bit about AppArmor. sudo aa-status shows me that the available Firefox profile isn't being enforced (since it ...
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How to get back the firefox apparmor profile after deleting it?

I deleted the apparmor profile for firefox when I was tinkering with it... And now I can't get it back. I uninstalled (complete) the apparmor program, profiles, etc. And when it reinstalled, I ...
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What does Firefox AppArmor restrict/allow?

I know the AppArmor profiles resides in /etc/apparmor.d/, but I do not know how to interpret it. Any translation would be enlightening.