My Shared Links — Week 46/2022

Xavier «X» Santolaria
4 min readNov 21, 2022

Collection of the resources and links I have found insightful and shared during week #46 of 2022.

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Goodbye passwords? 1Password says it will soon support passkeys

Password manager 1Password is launching passkey functionality in 2023 and in the meantime has setup a demo for users to test the new passwordless experience.

Passkeys use the WebAuthn standard created by the FIDO Alliance and the World Wide Web Consortium, and they serve to replace passwords with cryptographic key pairs — a public key that can be shared and a private key that is not — that allow users to sign into accounts.

Researchers Discover Hundreds of Amazon RDS Instances Leaking Users’ Personal Data

Cloud is nice. It’s even better when well configured. Don’t take anything from granted. Make sure you do your own due diligence for every resource you setup and use.

Amazon RDS is a web service that makes it possible to set up relational databases in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud. It offers support for different database engines such as MariaDB, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server.

The root cause of the leaks stems from a feature called public RDS snapshots, which allows for creating a backup of the entire database environment running in the cloud and can be accessed by all AWS accounts. Of the 810 snapshots, over 250 of the backups were exposed for 30 days, suggesting that they were likely forgotten.

The Leadership Agenda for Cybersecurity: India

On November 11th, 2022 WSJ Custom Events and IBM brought together India’s top cybersecurity leaders for…

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Xavier «X» Santolaria

Cloud Security | IBM Inventor | IBM AoT Member | Open Source Advocate | ex-OpenBSD | |