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Auditing Open Ports in AWS EC2 Security Groups Using AWS Console [Comic]

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Auditing Open Ports in AWS EC2 Security Groups Using AWS Console [Comic]

Even as we think of regular security audits, sweat droplets pour out of the forehead.

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Even as we think of regular security audits, sweat droplets pour out of the forehead. AWS EC2 Security Groups open to 0.0.0.0/0 are known nightmares.

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If there are hundreds of instances running on your AWS cloud, auditing for open ports ‘0.0.0.0/0 allow` rule on AWS EC2 Security Groups using AWS console is an arduous task.

This dev lost his youth to auditing these open ports. Our sympathies are with him.

Share with us how you perform security audits on AWS in the comments below!

Topics:
aws and devops ,devsecops ,devops ,cloud security challenges ,aws security ,vpc ,security groups

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