How to Configure a Firewall on Debian With UFW
Take the first steps toward securing your Debian machine by installing UFW and configuring some basic firewall rules.
Securing your Debian system is necessary, and a vital step in achieving this is configuring a firewall. Uncomplicated Firewall or UFW offers a user-friendly way to control incoming and outgoing traffic, strengthening your system's defense against unauthorized access and potential threats.
Here's everything you need to know about installing, configuring, and effectively managing the firewall with UFW on your Debian system.
UFW or Uncomplicated Firewall is a user-friendly front-end for iptables and one of the best firewalls for Linux. You can easily install this firewall management tool on different Linux distros, including Debian.
UFW simplifies the complex process of configuring iptables by providing a simplified interface and commands. This firewall enables you to define rules for handling network traffic. This makes sure that only authorized connections are allowed while blocking potential security risks.