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          apparmor_xattrs - AppArmor profile xattr(7) matching

          AppArmor profiles can conditionally match files based on the
          presence and value of extended attributes in addition to
          file path. The following profile applies to any file under
          "/usr/bin" where the "security.apparmor" extended attribute
          has the value "trusted":

                  profile trusted /usr/bin/* xattrs=(security.apparmor="trusted") {
                          # ...

          Note that "security.apparmor" and "trusted" are arbitrary,
          and profiles can match based on the value of any attribute.

          The xattrs value may also contain a path regex:

                  profile trusted /usr/bin/* xattrs=("tier/*") {

                          # ...

          The getfattr(1) and setfattr(1) tools can be used to view
          and manage xattr values:

                  $ setfattr -n 'security.apparmor' -v 'trusted' /usr/bin/example-tool
                  $ getfattr --absolute-names -d -m - /usr/bin/example-tool
                  # file: usr/bin/example-tool

          The priority of each profile is determined by the length of
          the path, then the number of xattrs specified. A more
          specific path is preferred over xattr matches:

                  # Highest priority, longest path.
                  profile example1 /usr/bin/example-tool {
                          # ...

                  # Lower priority than the longer path, but higher priority than a rule
                  # with fewer xattr matches.
                  profile example2 /usr/** xattrs=(
                  ) {
                          # ...

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                  # Lowest priority. Same path length as the second profile, but has
                  # fewer xattr matches.
                  profile example2 /usr/** {
                          # ...

          xattr matching requires the following kernel feature:


          AppArmor profiles currently can't reliably match extended
          attributes with binary values such as security.evm and
          security.ima. In the future AppArmor may gain the ability to
          match based on the presence of certain attributes while
          ignoring their values.

          apparmor(8), apparmor_parser(8), apparmor.d(5), xattr(7),
          aa-autodep(1), clean(1), auditd(8), getfattr(1),
          setfattr(1), and <>.

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