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Is there a way to make only one specific network interface (e.g. eth3) available to a process so that no other interfaces are visible?

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There is a unix saying everything is a file. If your program gets filesystem access, it can at least see all devices (if access rights are set so, which they probably are).

The easy solution could be virtualization, like using KVM or User Mode Linux.

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