Accessing only one website and securing linux?
Hi, newbie to Linux and probably biting off more than I can chew but....I' ve a situation where I have been asked to put in a linux installation and only have the user access one website.
I intend to change the login for that user so that they login graphically and then Mozilla starts automatically and only go to one website. I'm currently reading up on the security policies but any pointers would be useful.
I am intending to lockdown the connection using IPtables - is this a good one to go for or should I chose something else?
What other considerations should I be thinking of? Things like hosts.allow and deny?
It would be useful if I can remote access this device - I operate from behind a firewall/gateway with a fixed IP
It will be connecting to the internet via broadband with a fixed IP address on a USB router - will there be any problems here?
Any pointers on any of this greatly received.