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SubjectRe: AppArmor Security Goal
> Can you explain why you want a non-privileged user to be able to edit
> policy? I would like to better understand the problem here.

Because root doesn't trust users who in turn may not trust apps they run
or wish to control things. I don't see a problem with that viewpoint in
terms of forbidding things providing the user (or process tree) does not
get to undo rules merely add more restrictions.

> non-privileged user to further tighten the profile on a program. To me,
> that adds complexity with not much value, but if lots of users want it,
> then I'm wrong :)

Assuming you have any value in the first place, which is another topic, I
can see value for this in all the security models.

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