deno@dsls-debian-512mb-ams3-01:~$ sudo ufw app list Available applications: AIM Bonjour CIFS DNS Deluge IMAP IMAPS IPP KTorrent Kerberos Admin Kerberos Full Kerberos KDC Kerberos Password LDAP LDAPS LPD MSN MSN SSL Mail submission NFS Nginx Full Nginx HTTP Nginx HTTPS OpenSSH POP3 POP3S PeopleNearby SMTP SSH Socks Telnet Transmission Transparent Proxy VNC WWW WWW Cache WWW Full WWW Secure XMPP Yahoo qBittorrent svnserve
qBittorrent, kTorrent, Yahoo, MSN, Deluge… it feels like spam? How is it possible?
Should I try to remove some?
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These applications are simply profiles that UFW knows about and can use. It doesn’t mean that it has active rules for all of them. The profiles should be stored in
/etc/ufw/applications.d, but I wouldn’t recommend deleting any of them.
To list the current active rules, use the command