How to Setup UFW Firewall on Ubuntu and Debian

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2 Responses

  1. Librematica says:

    Great tutorial!!! There’s a mistake in the “Open Port 443 HTTPS on UFW” section, when you say “$ sudo ufw allow http” I guess it should say “$ sudo ufw allow https” you forgot the “s”.

    I took the liberty of translating your document you can check it out in this link:

    If you’ve got any complain just let me know.

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Thanks for pointing out the typo, we’ve corrected in the article..

      Also have you taken the written permission from us, before translating the article and publishing in your website? Please don’t re-publish any of our article without any permissions from us…

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