• These two major AWS security flaws could have left user accounts wide open

    6 days ago - By Tech Radar

    Amazon Web Services has been forced to patch two major security vulnerabilities, which could have been used to steal sensitive data, reports have claimed. The two vulnerabilities in Amazon's cloud computing arm were discovered by cybersecurity researchers from Orca Security, and were dubbed Superglue and BreakingFormation. Superglue exploits an issue in AWS Glue, allowing users to access data managed by other Glue users. AWS Glue is a service which customers use to store huge swathes of data.
    A fix within a day
    "We were able to identify a feature in AWS Glue that could be exploited to...
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