UFW Full Tutorial | HackerSploit Linux Security
UFW, or uncomplicated firewall, is a frontend for managing firewall rules in Arch Linux, Debian, or Ubuntu. In this video, HackerSploit will show how UFW is used through the command line, allowing you to make firewall configuration easy (or, uncomplicated).
0:00 – Intro
1:25 – Install UFW
3:26 – Check UFW Status
5:17 – Reset UFW Configuration
7:14 – Set Default Policies
8:51 – Add UFW Allow Rules
13:38 – Delete UFW Rules
16:50 – Allow Your IP Only
20:08 – Deny a Connection
22:37 – Wrap Up
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