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Penetration testing on AWS

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In opposition with the general assumption, among companies which have a long compliance history in their field, top executives are often the most eager to migrate their On-premise infrastructure in favor of Public Cloud, expecting1 drastic operational cost savings. The opposition more often comes from the IT Operations and Security staffs who fear a loss of control on their data which goes along with the loss of control on the underlying infrastructure ( They miss Network and Security appliances, Hypervisors and sometimes even Racks and Wires 😏 ).…

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Mining on AWS

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WARNING: THE METHOD DESCRIBED IN THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY TARGETING PEOPLE WHO HAVE AWS CREDIT TO LOOSE, DON’T USE IT WITH PROFITS IN MIND Considering cloud instances are usually expensive, and price of cryptocurrencies ( and especially the ones that are still minable with CPU and GPU ) are collapsing lately, most of you must think I’m turning mad. And, indeed, the target of this walkthrough is absolutely NOT BEING PROFITABLE.…

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Secure your site with Lambda@Edge

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Let’s now deal with a more enjoyable subject. In my precedent posts, it was essentially related to Sysadmin aspects, I wrote those articles as I wasn’t able to find any satisfyingly complete reference online, so I’ve decided to write them. However, you probably see in my description corner that I am an Amazon Web Services certified, adept of DevOps and with a strong focus on the security aspects. As I’ve got freshly, AWS Security Specialty certified, it was high time I approached an AWS security oriented subject; I’m not going to describe how I’ve built and deployed this website, I myself found all the needed information here.…

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