AWS Security Blog

Tag: Certificate Authority

How to Prepare for AWS’s Move to Its Own Certificate Authority

  Update from March 28, 2018: We updated the Amazon Trust Services table by replacing an out-of-date value with a new value. Transport Layer Security (TLS, formerly called Secure Sockets Layer [SSL]) is essential for encrypting information that is exchanged on the internet. For example, Amazon.com uses TLS for all traffic on its website, and […]

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How to Enable LDAPS for Your AWS Microsoft AD Directory

Starting today, you can encrypt the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) communications between your applications and AWS Directory Service for Microsoft Active Directory, also known as AWS Microsoft AD. Many Windows and Linux applications use Active Directory’s (AD) LDAP service to read and write sensitive information about users and devices, including personally identifiable information (PII). […]

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