Greetings Cybersecurity Enthusiasts!
I am thrilled to unveil a new project aimed at fortifying the security landscape of Amazon Web Services (AWS) - introducing AWSAttacks on GitHub! This repository is a space dedicated to gathering, sharing, and analyzing threat intelligence related to AWS.
AWSAttacks is a meticulously curated collection of Indicators of Compromise (IoCs) that can aid in the early detection and mitigation of AWS-related threats. I believe in the power of community-driven initiatives to bolster cybersecurity, and hence, I invite each one of you - whether you’re a seasoned cybersecurity professional, a budding enthusiast, or someone keen on AWS security, to explore this repository.
Engage with the content, share your invaluable feedback, and help us in refining and expanding this repository. Your insights and contributions are vital in making this initiative a robust and comprehensive platform for AWS threat intelligence.
For those with a deeper interest, a full list of IoCs is available upon request. Feel free to reach out via email for more extensive threat data. Your proactive engagement will not only contribute to enhancing this repository but will also play a significant role in fostering a safer AWS ecosystem.
I envision AWSAttacks as a growing, community-fueled hub for AWS threat intelligence. Your interaction and feedback are the stepping stones towards achieving a more secure and informed AWS community.
Together, let’s take strides towards a more secure digital environment by embracing the spirit of collective intelligence and continuous learning. Visit the AWSAttacks repository on GitHub, share your thoughts, and let’s fortify our defense against the evolving threats in the AWS sphere.
Stay safe, stay vigilant, and let’s keep the cybersecurity community thriving!
Your engagement is the key to making this initiative a resounding success. Looking forward to a vibrant and insightful collaboration on AWSAttacks.
The open data contains top 5 IPs and most seen malware, which is updated once everyday