not very explicit my title, but couldn't find better. Anyway here's my problem. My computer serves as a router in a network of 3 machines. What I want to do is to allow users of these machines to view the content of a secured website I'm registered to, without giving them my password.
One idea I have is to set up a proxy (squid for instance), and configure it so as to "log" on the website with my password and username that would be stored in a config file on my machine, and send back the result to the requesting machine. But I don't know if that can be done actually, and if there's a simpler way of achieving it, than setting up a proxy, I'll be glad if you told me how... :)
If I wasn't clear enough, another illustration, what I want is a sort of tunnel through which other people access that particular website as if it was me (with my password and username).
Oh, and btw, I trust those people so no problem of them doing "weird" things :). (I trust them, but it's against my "principles" to give them my password )
Thanks for your help