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No, I don't think AppArmor would help. Heartbleed is a bug within openssl, it allows to read out memory allocated to the process. It has nothing to do with rights escalation or similar.


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The answer turned out to be that the instructions given in the guide I was following did not produce a usable TLS certificate. I tested this by trying to use the generated certificate on other services (dovecot and postfix) which made them fail too. I ended up using this guide, also from the official Ubuntu documentation to configure a self-signed CA (as ...


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First of all, check if the file /etc/apparmor.d/system_tor exists. I suppose it does not, because it was removed somehow and therefore the warning that it does not exist anymore. /etc/apparmor.d/system_tor is provided by package tor in ubuntu. (see http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/amd64/tor/filelist) So simply reinstall tor from the official software ...


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You will have to manually review and debug they Apparmor Profile you copied from Arch. My guess is that you can review and make a few (minor) changes. If you can not do this, then I suggest you put the profile into complain mode and run aa-logprof sudo aa-complain /etc/apparmor.d/usr.bin.skype Open and use Skype. Close Skype. Then run aa-logprof sudo ...



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