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Submission + - AWS urges devs to scrub 'secret keys' from GitHub->

An anonymous reader writes: GitHub contains thousands of 'secret keys', which are stored in plain text and can be used by miscreants to access AWS accounts and either run up huge bills or even delete/damage the users files. Amazon is urging users of the coding community site to clean up their act.

 

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AWS urges devs to scrub 'secret keys' from GitHub

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