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is doing mount -t proc none /proc unsecure for a chroot environment?

What does mount -t proc none /proc do inside the chrooted environment? After doing that, when I run htop or ps aux inside the chrooted environment, I can see the actual root's processes. Does it ...
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Permission denied on /proc/ some process

I am using chkroot to scan my system and it gave me permission denied error /proc/23746/fd/0: Permission denied /proc/23746/fd/1: Permission denied /proc/23746/fd/2: Permission denied ...