iptables is old and terrible to interact with. UFW or Uncomplicated Firewall is easy and awesome.
sudo apt-get install ufw
Setup Defaults (Incoming/Outgoing/SSH)
sudo ufw default deny incoming sudo ufw default allow outgoing sudo ufw allow ssh
Turn It On
sudo ufw enable
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sudo ufw allow www sudo ufw allow ftp sudo ufw allow 80/tcp sudo ufw allow 21/tcp
sudo ufw deny www sudo ufw deny 80/tcp
sudo ufw delete allow ssh sudo ufw delete allow 80/tcp sudo ufw delete allow 1000:2000/tcp
sudo ufw status sudo ufw status verbose
sudo ufw reset
After googling around searching for a .webp plugin for photoshop I found that the #1 results were all pointing towards an outdated version of the plugin that hasn’t been updated since 2013. I couldn’t even get it to save a .webp file without crashing photoshop.
Here’s an updated version that works with Photoshop CC & CS6.