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Is it possible to block connections to specific hostnames for users accessing the web via an SSH SOCKS proxy?

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iptables has the owner module which allows you to specify rules by the uid/gid. I guess that should work for you. So, something like this should work:

iptables -A OUTPUT -p tcp -d -m owner --uid someuser -j DROP
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