Switching between different AWS profiles is a common task for those managing multiple AWS accounts. Whether you’re a developer working on various projects or an administrator overseeing different environments, knowing how to switch profiles using the AWS CLI can save you time and streamline your workflow. To temporarily switch profiles using the AWS CLI, you […]
In this article, you’ll learn how you can quickly and securely connect to your Amazon EC2 instance using AWS Session Manager in the AWS Console and AWS CLI.
In this blog post you’ll learn how to identify your current IAM user or role and then use that information to list all the permissions that have been granted.
In this blog post we will dive deeper in one of the easiest methods to assume an IAM role and show you how you can open AWS STS sessions in the AWS CLI and AWS Console.
The week commencing Monday 15th May 2023 saw the start of Manchester Tech Week and over the 17th and 18th May is DTX Manchester. DTX, or Digital Transformation eXpo brings demos, talks, experiences and exhibitors to Manchester (Manchester Central) so that various people (both technical and non-technical) can come together. This helps to see what’s … Continue reading GeekTechStuff Heads To DTX Manchester 2023!
I have got my Flask (Python) web application live and being deployed via CI/CD, and I have reports on my code coverage so that I know where code testing needs improving. However, this is not a moment to relax as up next is security testing. Note: This blog post discusses security tooling which should not … Continue reading Web Security – OWASP ZAP
In this guide, we’ll walk through how to use a Python script with Boto3 to find and delete all unused Amazon EC2 keypairs across all AWS Regions.
This blog post will show you how to find unused Amazon EC2 security groups in a single AWS region using a Python Boto3 script.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use Python and the boto3 library to find and delete unused security groups in a single AWS Region.
This article shows the steps that allow you to add a security group to a running EC2 instance in the AWS Console and AWS CLI