Quick question – I need to publish firefox to IGEL OS devices (on Internet behind ICG) and allow only set of FQDNs from browser (e.g. www.abc.com www.abc.com, www.cda.com www.cda.com on TCP 80/443), but block any 3rd party links that may exist within these FQDN web sites. I guess it would be using iptables…. bit I don’t know how. Still need to allow DNS, NTP, ICG, Citrix, Firmware updates, etc
Put the FF browser into Kiosk mode helps, you can also put all of the allowed URL into the profile so they open when FF is launched. The rest is likely to be done on the firewall or proxy.
Here is a link to similar question — igelcommunity.slack.com/archives/C8GP9JHQE/p1591196463388200
got it working with iptables…. figuring out all dependencies now (like ADFS, Azure AD Login, etc)
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