[Solved] Firefox or Chromium Apparmor profiles for Debian 9?

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[Solved] Firefox or Chromium Apparmor profiles for Debian 9?

Postby Chiefahol2 » 2018-06-02 01:43

Firefox or Chromium Apparmor profiles for Debian 9?

Do they exist? Can anyone link me to one? I searched but we don't seem to have any apparmor profiles for commonly used browsers yet. :S
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Re: Firefox or Chromium Apparmor profiles for Debian 9?

Postby Chiefahol2 » 2018-06-02 13:39

Debian 9 stretch has a firefox apparmor profile its just hidden here:

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/usr/share/doc/apparmor-profiles/extras/usr.lib.firefox.firefox


copy this file to /etc/apparmor.d/ then you can use the usual enforce command on it.

The chromium profile is no where to be seen. :O I guess i can use the Ubuntu one though:

https://packages.ubuntu.com/xenial/apparmor-profiles

Not hard enough, apparently.
https://wiki.debian.org/AppArmor/HowToUse


That link doesn't really answer my question.
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Re: Firefox or Chromium Apparmor profiles for Debian 9?

Postby Wheelerof4te » 2018-06-02 13:47

Chiefahol2 wrote:The chromium profile is no where to be seen. :O I guess i can use the Ubuntu one though:

You are kidding, right?
Chiefahol2 wrote:That link doesn't really answer my question.

You are lucky I even answered it, considering that asking for apparmor (which is auto-enabled on Ubuntu) on Debian is smelling like a big troll bait.
EDIT: Of course it was there.
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Re: Firefox or Chromium Apparmor profiles for Debian 9?

Postby Chiefahol2 » 2018-06-02 13:55

Wheelerof4te wrote:
Chiefahol2 wrote:The chromium profile is no where to be seen. :O I guess i can use the Ubuntu one though:

You are kidding, right?


About what? 'locate chromium' shows me no profiles and i have apparmor-profiles and apparmor-profiles-extras installed. So if you knew where it is hiding that would be sweet.

Chiefahol2 wrote:That link doesn't really answer my question.

You are lucky I even answered it, considering that asking for apparmor (which is auto-enabled on Ubuntu) on Debian is smelling like a big troll bait.
EDIT: Of course it was there.


So anyone who wants to run Apparmor on Debian is trolling? Well $%#! me i guess. It's an LSM, would i also be a monster if i used SELinux on Debian? :roll:
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Re: Firefox or Chromium Apparmor profiles for Debian 9?

Postby tbqhmhsfamilam » 2018-06-02 14:04

Backports kernel pulls in apparmor, it's not a big deal ya'll
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Re: Firefox or Chromium Apparmor profiles for Debian 9?

Postby Wheelerof4te » 2018-06-02 14:08

Chiefahol2 wrote: 'locate chromium' shows me no profiles and i have apparmor-profiles and apparmor-profiles-extras installed

Again, you didn't search hard enough. There isn't any apparmor profile for Chromium:
https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugrepo ... bug=877391

Chiefahol2 wrote:So anyone who wants to run Apparmor on Debian is trolling?

No, anyone who wants to run apparmor on Debian will first read everything on the wiki before saying that provided answer doesn't help him.
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Re: [Solved] Firefox or Chromium Apparmor profiles for Debia

Postby Chiefahol2 » 2018-06-02 22:38

You're right about the Wiki, if you dig deep enough it says a chromium profile is still wanted:

https://udd.debian.org/cgi-bin/bts-usertags.cgi?tag=new-profile&user=pkg-apparmor-team%40lists.alioth.debian.org

Oww well, if anyone had an unofficial chromium profile they knew worked on stretch feel free to post it here.

Wheelerof4te wrote:No, anyone who wants to run apparmor on Debian will first read everything on the wiki before saying that provided answer doesn't help him.


Making a forum post that will probably help other noobs in the future is also a good way to do it. :D
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