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Tag: Twitter

How to access secrets across AWS accounts by attaching resource-based policies

October 29, 2021: AWS KMS is replacing the term customer master key (CMK) with AWS KMS key and KMS key. The concept has not changed. To prevent breaking changes, AWS KMS is keeping some variations of this term. More info. You can use AWS Secrets Manager to rotate, manage, and retrieve secrets such as database […]

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How to rotate your Twitter API key and bearer token automatically with AWS Secrets Manager

October 24, 2019: Based on a customer’s feedback, we fixed some quotation marks and a missing comma in a policy statement. Previously, I showed you how to rotate Amazon RDS database credentials automatically with AWS Secrets Manager. In addition to database credentials, AWS Secrets Manager makes it easier to rotate, manage, and retrieve API keys, […]

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New Twitter Handle Now Live: @AWSSecurityInfo

Today, we launched a new Twitter handle: @AWSSecurityInfo. The purpose of this new handle is to share security bulletins, security whitepapers, compliance news and information, and other AWS security-related and compliance-related information. The scope of this handle is broader than that of @AWSIdentity, which focuses primarily on Security Blog posts. However, feel free to follow both handles! […]

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