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