AppArmor policy is not set to run in enforced mode
AppArmor ("Application Armor") is a Linux kernel security module that allows the system administrator to restrict programs' capabilities with per-program profiles. AppArmor profiles have two modes of execution. Complaining/Learning: profile violations are permitted and logged. Enforced/Confined: enforces profile policy as well as logging the violation. Fixing this misconfiguration will configure AppArmor to operate in enforced mode.
Linux - AppArmor Hardening
Follow the below steps to resolve the misconfiguration.
Run the following command to set all profiles to enforce mode:
Any unconfined processes may need to have a profile created or activated for them and
then be restarted.
Potential issues that may arise after applying the resolution
Altering the existing security setting may create the following impact in your network operations.
Does remediation require reboot?
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