don´t want to be nasty, but I´d like to ask about the firewall (fw) in UT. Long time ago I learned:
"Firewalls are used to protect your computer while you are connected to the Internet. If you are connected to the Internet, it is highly recommended that you position your computer behind a firewall to avoid it being compromised by an attacker".
Good news: We´ve got one and theoretically it can be turned on manually.
Not so good: Does not run smothly nor active by default.
To include the activation of the fw via a script seems it is necessary to process at least this steps: ufw reset, ufw default deny incoming, ufw default allow outgoing, activate networkspecific access, ufw enable.
Question: Is there a plan (and a timeline) to include the start of the fw in the boot process or why is a fw not so important with UT?