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  1. awsEnum is a python script that enumerates AWS services through the provided credential. It is coded and published to be used in particular circumstances: Engaging in penetration testing activity. Carry on a Bug hunting activity. AWS cloud security Audit. Any other legal activity that is already approved by the owner of the asset. awsEnum is created to work under a hoodie, which means there’s no intention to support all modes. Features Connect to aws service through boto3, in other words! signing request. awsEnum allows users to set the number of requests [By default: 1000]. awsEnum store result into json file. Keep AWS credential within awscli configuration and just pass profile_name to awsEnum. Supported service: ec2, iam, s3. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. A Remote Administration Tool for WINXP/VISTA/WIN7-8-10 Change Logs [+] Run As Admin Bypass UAC [+]Upload + Download Fixed [+]Ristrict a window a software from Runing [+]User Interface Improved More Friendly [+]Stability Improved [+]Imposter Function Added [+] Unzip Function Added To Files Manager [+]Remote Desktop Updated [hide][Hidden Content]] Server Scan [Hidden Content]
  3. AWS Recon A multi-threaded AWS inventory collection tool. The creators of this tool have a recurring need to be able to efficiently collect a large amount of AWS resource attributes and metadata to help clients understand their cloud security posture. There are a handful of tools (e.g. AWS Config, CloudMapper, CloudSploit, Prowler) that do some form of resource collection to support other functions. But we found we needed broader coverage and more details at a per-service level. We also needed a consistent and structured format that allowed for integration with our other systems and tooling. Enter AWS Recon, multi-threaded AWS inventory collection tool written in plain Ruby. Though most AWS tooling tends to be dominated by Python, the Ruby SDK is quite mature and capable. The maintainers of the Ruby SDK have done a fantastic job making it easy to handle automatic retries, paging of large responses, and threading huge numbers of requests. Changelog v0.5.21 Add S3 bucket object ownership (ref). [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. Creating a Dev Environment in AWS with Terraform by Philip Afable If you work in Azure development, this course from CloudSkills.io can show you some best practices for setting up a development environment in AWS. Instructor Philip Afable introduces you to Terraform and shows you how to download and start using it. Philip covers the Lambda function, including how to set it up, write it, troubleshoot it, and update it. He explains how to create a Simple Queue Service (SQS) queue and link this new queue to your Lambda function. Philip concludes with how you can use WorkSpaces and manage regions in your development and production environments. Note: This course was created by CloudSkills.io. We are pleased to host this training in our library. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. LinuxAcademy – AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional Level [Hidden Content]
  6. hello guys, here is github link of AWS security tools Link Here
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