Leaky Amazon S3 Buckets
End users often assume that when they are using cloud-based workloads they are automatically secure. Not so. S3 stands for simple storage service and when people put workloads in the cloud, it is still their responsibility to, at the very least, set a password. Administrators should keep on top of the staff to set simple passwords, but sometimes they forget as well. This is clearly a security hole that can be plugged by just paying some careful attention to security basics.
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