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PERSISTENT COOKIES CAN PROVE TROUBLESOME FOR AWS

Source:-duo.com For both attackers and penetration testers, phishing has been a go-to move for about two decades and it continues to work quite well today. It’s a reliable way to harvest users’ credentials for all sorts of apps and services, including cloud platforms, and a researcher has discovered that some cookies used for authentication on Amazon Web Services remain valid even after the victim has changed the password and logged out of the account. That means that an attacker who

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Data Republic facilitates ‘diplomatic’ data sharing on AWS

Source:-zdnet.com Australia’s Data Republic has created a place for data insights to be shared without the need to move data. Data Republic has announced its “diplomatic zone” — a location for analytics to take place without that data ever leaving the cloud. With the first iteration of its Customer Cloud Suite available on Amazon Web Services (AWS), the new offering allows users to link existing Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) data stores to Data Republic Projects, and deploy quarantined

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