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KB-10036: Does SLES 12 (SP2) still using Apparmor as Linux Kernel Security module?

Authentication Service ,  

19 March,18 at 06:10 PM

Problem:  Why SLES 12 (SP2)  is still using Apparmor as Linux Kernel Security module?

Cause:  It appears Apparmor is still enabled in pam.d entries.

Example:
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/etc/pam.d/dzdo-ad-mfa:
#%PAM-1.0
auth     include    common-auth
account  include    common-account
password include    common-password
session  required   pam_limits.so
session  optional   pam_apparmor.so <=====

/etc/pam.d/dzdo-mfa:
#%PAM-1.0
auth     include    common-auth
account  include    common-account
password include    common-password
session  required   pam_limits.so
session  optional   pam_apparmor.so <=====

/etc/pam.d/dzdo:
#%PAM-1.0
auth     include    common-auth
account  include    common-account
password include    common-password
session  required   pam_limits.so
session  optional   pam_apparmor.so <=====
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Workaround: Comment out all the pam_apparmor.so.

Resolution: It will be fixed in the future release. 

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