AWS Security Blog

Category: Amazon API Gateway

Building fine-grained authorization using Amazon Cognito, API Gateway, and IAM

June 5, 2021: We’ve updated Figure 1: User request flow. Authorizing functionality of an application based on group membership is a best practice. If you’re building APIs with Amazon API Gateway and you need fine-grained access control for your users, you can use Amazon Cognito. Amazon Cognito allows you to use groups to create a […]

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Use ACM Private CA for Amazon API Gateway Mutual TLS

October 5, 2021: In the section “Retrieving your ACM Private CA root CA certificate public key,” in step 4, we’ve updated the formatting of the commands to indicate placeholder text. May 14, 2021: In the section “Retrieving your ACM Private CA root CA certificate public key,” in step 1, we updated the command to include […]

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Use AWS Lambda authorizers with a third-party identity provider to secure Amazon API Gateway REST APIs

February 24, 2021: We updated this post to fix a typo in the IAM policy in the “Building a Lambda authorizer” section. Note: This post focuses on Amazon API Gateway REST APIs used with OAuth 2.0 and custom AWS Lambda authorizers. API Gateway also offers HTTP APIs, which provide native OAuth 2.0 features. For more […]

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