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Tag: CloudHSM

Signing executables with Microsoft SignTool.exe using AWS CloudHSM-backed certificates

Code signing is the process of digitally signing executables and scripts to confirm the software author and to demonstrate that the code has not been altered or corrupted since it was signed. Packaged software uses branding and trusted sales outlets to assure users of its integrity, but these guarantees are not available when code is […]

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How to clone an AWS CloudHSM cluster across regions

You can use AWS CloudHSM to generate, store, import, export, and manage your cryptographic keys. It also permits hash functions to compute message digests and hash-based message authentication codes (HMACs), as well as cryptographically sign data and verify signatures. To help ensure redundancy of data and simplification of the disaster recovery process, you’ll typically clone […]

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Understanding AWS CloudHSM Cluster Synchronization

AWS CloudHSM provides fully managed, single-tenant hardware security modules (HSMs) in the AWS cloud. A CloudHSM cluster contains either one or multiple HSMs. Multiple HSMs support higher throughput levels for cryptographic operations and provide redundancy. For clusters with multiple HSMs, the CloudHSM service supports server-side automated synchronization of keys and policies. Users, however, are synchronized […]

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Benefits of a Key Hierarchy with a Master Key (Part Two of the AWS CloudHSM Series)

Previously, Todd Cignetti, AWS Security Product Manager, wrote a post that covered some typical use cases for AWS CloudHSM, a service that helps you securely generate, store, and manage the cryptographic keys used for data encryption such that they are accessible only by you. In this post, Todd continues the series on AWS CloudHSM with […]

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