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Cloud Security Posture Manager (CSPM) with CloudGraph api provides a simple way to get our data out of AWS, Azure, GCP and others. It creates a single source of truth that reflected our need to easily query any data about any service in any account without having to spend hours…

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Lyft/cartography is a powerful tool for cloud security and auditing

Click here to try our simple one click deployment on AWS for free

Sample Queries

  1. What RDS instances are installed in AWS environment?
MATCH (aws:AWSAccount)-[r:RESOURCE]->(rds:RDSInstance) return rds

2. Which RDS instances are encrypted?

MATCH (a:AWSAccount)-[:RESOURCE]->(rds:RDSInstance{storage_encrypted: false}) RETURN *

3. Which RDS instances are accessible to the internet?

MATCH (a:AWSAccount)-[:RESOURCE]->(rds:RDSInstance{publicly_accessible: true}) RETURN *

4. Which RDS instances have database authentication turned off?

MATCH (a:AWSAccount)-[:RESOURCE]->(rds:RDSInstance{iam_database_authentication_enabled: false}) RETURN *

Many more queries and use cases are being developed. Explore some additional resources here

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We offer support via our public/private forum and documentation.

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https://youtu.be/4gJl0piAth4

Commands:

echo $SHELL
cd ~
vi .zshrc
PROMPT="%B%F{cyan}%W%f%b%F{yellow} %T%f %~ $ "

Step 1: Check shell is zsh using “echo $SHELL”, the result should be “/bin/zsh”

Step 2: Add PROMPT=“%B%F{cyan}%W%f%b%F{yellow} %T%f %~ $ ” setting to .zshrc file in user’s home directory

Step 3: Restart terminal

More information

Default is stored in /etc/zshrc (don’t edit this, ~.zshrc takes presidence over it for logged in user)

# Default prompt
PS1="%n@%m %1~ %# "

Helpful options:

%n — user name
%m — macbook model name
%1 — current working dir
%. - current directory
%~ - full path of current directory (~ replaces user home)
%/ - absolute full path of current directory
%B %b - anything between these is bold
%F{colour} %f - anything between these is a colour
%W - date
%T - time

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