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Tag: AWS Encryption SDK

Improved client-side encryption: Explicit KeyIds and key commitment

I’m excited to announce the launch of two new features in the AWS Encryption SDK (ESDK): local KeyId filtering and key commitment. These features each enhance security for our customers, acting as additional layers of protection for your most critical data. In this post I’ll tell you how they work. Let’s dig in. The ESDK […]

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How to enable encryption in a browser with the AWS Encryption SDK for JavaScript and Node.js

In this post, we’ll show you how to use the AWS Encryption SDK (“ESDK”) for JavaScript to handle an in-browser encryption workload for a hypothetical application. First, we’ll review some of the security and privacy properties of encryption, including the names AWS uses for the different components of a typical application. Then, we’ll discuss some […]

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How to decrypt ciphertexts in multiple regions with the AWS Encryption SDK in C

You’ve told us that you want to encrypt data once with AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) and decrypt that data with customer master keys (CMKs) that you specify, often with CMKs in different AWS Regions. Doing this saves you compute resources and helps you to enable secure and efficient high-availability schemes. The AWS Crypto […]

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How to Encrypt and Decrypt Your Data with the AWS Encryption CLI

You can now encrypt and decrypt your data at the command line and in scripts—no cryptography or programming expertise is required. The new AWS Encryption SDK Command Line Interface (AWS Encryption CLI) brings the AWS Encryption SDK to the command line. With the AWS Encryption CLI, you can take advantage of the advanced data protection […]

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AWS Encryption SDK: How to Decide if Data Key Caching Is Right for Your Application

Today, the AWS Crypto Tools team introduced a new feature in the AWS Encryption SDK: data key caching. Data key caching lets you reuse the data keys that protect your data, instead of generating a new data key for each encryption operation. Data key caching can reduce latency, improve throughput, reduce cost, and help you […]

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New AWS Encryption SDK for Python Simplifies Multiple Master Key Encryption

The AWS Cryptography team is happy to announce a Python implementation of the AWS Encryption SDK. This new SDK helps manage data keys for you, and it simplifies the process of encrypting data under multiple master keys. As a result, this new SDK allows you to focus on the code that drives your business forward. It […]

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