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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.
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 ...
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 ...
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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