Such companies handle data in terabytes and i would imagine firewalls would be a bottleneck. Do they even use firewalls? virtual firewalls? IPS systems?
I wanted to figure out what are amazon dynamo best security coding practices? which all attacks developers should be careful about while coding.
Why are you selling this site?
Need some urgent funds.
How is it monetized?
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Does this site come with any social media accounts?
How much time does this site take to run?
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What challenges are there with running this site?
not much any one with a basic understanding of website can run this with ease.
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I noticed that Amazon’s password reset relies on a 6 digit numeric PIN. Doesn’t this reduce every user’s account to a 1 in 10^5~ chance of being accessed through brute force guess factoring in a few retries (requesting OTP resend)?
It seems that they put a captcha ahead of this and probably have some timeout where the OTP expires or unspecified limit when too many attempts will lock the account from further retries. But nevertheless this doesn’t seem like a very good idea to me. I think Google Apps uses 8 characters with multiple character sets (lowercase, uppercase, numeric, symbol), which seems like how I would implement something like this.
What are good best practices for implementing a similar password reset mechanism with 6 digit numeric PIN on my own web app? Or is this a bad idea?
So just 30 minutes ago, I was looking through some emails that ended up in my scam, and as usual there are amazon emails with recommendations based on past purchases and stuff like that. Then there is these new email asking that if I were to upload a photo to Amazon Photos I may be eligible for $ 10 in amazon credit. So in a moment of weakness I uploaded a photo and so on. Then I realized that this may have been a scam. I look through the email and I only find the link Amazon.com. This potentially scam email came from email@example.com. According to amazon, links ending with “@amazon.com” are real, however some people on Facebook claim it to be a scam. After uploading a photo I get an email that did not end up In my spam folder from firstname.lastname@example.org. I got on a live chat and the first person I spoke to said that it was a scam, and that amazon does not offer such credit. He put me on with someone in the appropriate department and she said that it was not a scam. Can anyone confirm if this is indeed a scam. I have setup two-factor authentication and changed my password and got rid of unnecessary information on my account, but I am kinda freaking out. Any clear information would be great.
I have created an EC2 instance on Amazon with Centos 6.5, I want to install virtualmin here but normal installation not working, I think its dependency problem. can anyone please help me how to install virtualmin and change root password.
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I have a number and phone that rarely use and rings in the last 9 months. It doesn’t have any contacts in it. I don’t think I have used it to sign up for anything in the last 9 months either.
Recently, just the beginning of the week, as I started to explore VPC services, I used it to sign up for 2FA with AWS, download a google authenticator and use it to register for Gsuite. Out of a sudden, it started to receive robocalls. Unless is purely coincidental and perfect timing, I wonder if it says anything about security and confidentiality?
I do not know much about security, but if phone number that is used for signing up products and services that are meant as security measures is not encrypted or kept confidential, what does it mean?
If this is not the right SE to ask this question, please kindly direct me to one. Thanks.
I can take databases offline (via GUI) but can’t bring them back online. The server details are as follow:
RDBMS: MS SQL 2016 Express Host: Amazon AWS/RDS Free Tier
Details/History of the Problem A few months ago, I created a db instance on Amazon AWS and at the time of creation, the ‘master/admin’ account was setup via the AWS/RDS web page. With this ‘admin’ account, I have created several databases on that instance without any problems.
Over the past few months, I have used this ‘admin’ account to change several databases to contained databases. I do this so that I can setup contained users. I have also done this several times on this server instance with the same admin account with no problems.
Last night, I had just created a new database via this admin account. I then tried to set this new database as a contained database and the process failed. The dialog box error message stated among other things “please try again later”.
After the 3rd failed attempt, I decided to take the database offline (via the GUI in SSMS). I did this in a bid to force close any possible open processes or connections that might be on this new database. That worked. However, I have not been able to bring it back online. I have tried via the GUI and also via a query and it keeps failing.
I have then checked the server roles assigned to this ‘admin’ account. It is not part of sysadmin role. As I understand, the ‘sysadmin’ role can do absolutely anything on the db instance. I reckon my admin account is not of this sysadmin role because it is meant for the in-house DBAs at Amazon AWS. I have tried to add it as sysadmin but it fails.
To ensure that my ‘admin’ account is the problem, I have taken another database offline (it’s empty). It went offline but it is also failing to come back online.
What could be the problem? Please help. Note that my skill level is very very low and I’m learning as I go along.
The server logs don’t show anything useful. I have attached screenshots.