Add link to "The Debian Administrator's Handbook".
Link to "openSUSE Security Guide" instead of the outdated "AppArmor Adminstration Guide", as suggested by Christian Boltz on #874873
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|* [[http://www.novell.com/documentation/apparmor/apparmor201_sp10_admin/index.html?page=/documentation/apparmor/apparmor201_sp10_admin/data/book_apparmor_admin.html|AppArmor Administration Guide]]||* [[https://doc.opensuse.org/documentation/leap/security/html/book.security/part.apparmor.html|openSUSE Security Guide (AppArmor chapter)]]|
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|* [[https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/sect.apparmor.html|AppArmor section in The Debian Administrator's Handbook]]||* [[https://debian-handbook.info/browse/stable/sect.apparmor.html|The Debian Administrator's Handbook (AppArmor section)]]|
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AppArmor is a Mandatory Access Control framework. When enabled, AppArmor confines programs according to a set of rules that specify what files a given program can access. This proactive approach helps protect the system against both known and unknown vulnerabilities.
How to use
How to contribute
There are many ways for you to make AppArmor better supported in Debian: how to contribute.
AppArmor crashcourse by Christian Boltz (openSUSE AppArmor maintainer)