AWS Security Blog

Tag: AWS root account

Use YubiKey security key to sign into AWS Management Console with YubiKey for multi-factor authentication

Update on October 8, 2018: After we launched support for security devices manufactured by Yubico on September 25, 2018, we received feedback from customers to support other U2F security key providers, as well. Starting October 8, 2018, you can now enable other U2F security keys as an MFA device for your root and IAM users. […]

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Reset Your AWS Root Account’s Lost MFA Device Faster by Using the AWS Management Console

To help secure your AWS resources, AWS recommends that you follow the AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) best practice of enabling multi-factor authentication (MFA) for the root user of your account. With MFA turned on, the root user of your account is required to submit one form of authentication, which is the account password, […]

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