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AppArmor for Slackware Linux

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Introduction

Novell AppArmor is an application security framework for Linux systems that provides Mandatory Access Control (MAC) for applications. MAC can be used to isolate system daemons and programs to prevent exploitation of software through security bugs.

From this page you can download precompiled AppArmor packages for Slackware Linux. We are also working for Slackware-specific AppArmor profiles that can be used for containment of frequently used server software.

Warning: These instructions, packages, and profiles are still in beta state. Please drop me a note if you find a bug in these packages at danieldk at pobox dot com.

Installation

The installation of AppArmor consists of a few steps.

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