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I've just had a look at apparmor today, played with it a little etc and it looks pretty cool.
Just wondering if I should take the time to set-up or should I look more deeply into SELinux/Something else?
To me this product looks great and is so easy to configure. How can it loose? I see that Novell Laid off the team in 2007 but a couple of them vowed to continue active development.. anyone know if this active development is continuing? I'm just surprised I guess that i can't find a website to get all the information, there;'s still some stuff on Novell's site but why not an apparmor.com or something to see latest stable releases bug tracking data etc etc.
Distribution: Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS; in days past Fedora, Solaris, SunOS, 4.2BSD, 4.3BSD, SVR4, AIX, HP-UX
Wikipedia has a few words about apparmor. SELinux serves me pretty well, and I find it transparent for my needs and my network. When it was new it was a little cumbersome, but now it rarely (never say never) causes any difficulty.
bodhi.zazen has alot of good info about app armor on the ubuntu forums sites. go to bodhizazen.net then click tutorials and app armor profiles and there is a link to his app armor tutorial as well as some different premade profiles.