AWS Security Blog

Category: Desktop & Application Streaming

How to improve LDAP security in AWS Directory Service with client-side LDAPS

You can now better protect your organization’s identity data by encrypting Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) communications between AWS Directory Service products (AWS Directory Service for Microsoft Active Directory, also known as AWS Managed Microsoft AD, and AD Connector) and self-managed Active Directory. Client-side secure LDAP (LDAPS) support enables applications that integrate with AWS Directory […]

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How to use Amazon AppStream 2.0 to reduce your bastion host attack surface

To help protect their assets, many security-conscious enterprises require their system administrators to go through a “bastion” (or “jump”) host to gain administrative access to backend systems in protected or sensitive network segments. A bastion host is a special-purpose instance that hosts a minimal number of administrative applications, such as RDP for Windows or Putty […]

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