I want to use SSH Tunneling on my local machines to bypass government restrictions. I'm talking about creating a socks proxy server using a ssh connection.
ssh -f -N -D 1080 email@example.com
This works perfectly right now. But I want to pass this to few other people (friends and family members). The thing is right now I'm using an admin user to do this. I thought I should probably just create a non-admin/guest user for each person.
I'm a bit worried if they decide to ssh normally and mess up with the server, or if they lose the login credentials or it gets into a hacker's hand.
That's I wanna take it one step further and just limit them to the point where they literally can't do anything or harmful, but with just enough functionality to run the ssh tunneling.
So what do I do after