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Category: Security

Customizing security parameters on Amazon RDS for SQL Server

You can now use database (DB) parameters to configure security protocols and ciphers on Amazon RDS for SQL Server. You can configure various security protocols and ciphers available for your RDS SQL Server instance. You can also choose to enable or disable certain TLS versions or ciphers, such as RC4 stream cipher, based on your […]

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Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) customers: Update your TLS certificates by March 5, 2020

This post was originally published on January 08, 2020 and has been updated as of February 05, 2020. Please see new dates and suggested timeline below. If you are an Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) customer, you might have received emails from AWS notifying you about rotating your TLS certificates. The TLS certificates for Amazon DocumentDB clusters will […]

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Amazon RDS customers: Update your SSL/TLS certificates by March 5, 2020

This post was originally published on December 20, 2019 and has been updated as of March 4, 2020. Please see new dates and suggested timeline below. IMPORTANT UPDATE: If you are experiencing connectivity issues after the RDS Root CA expires, please skip down to the What do I have to do to maintain connectivity? section. […]

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