Risk Level: Low
Cloud Entity: Amazon ElasticSearch service
CloudGuard Rule ID: D9.AWS.IAM.91
ElasticSearchDomain should not have accessPolicies.Statement contain [ Effect='Allow' and ( Principal.AWS='*' ) ]
- Go to OpenSearch console : https://docs.aws.amazon.com/opensearch-service
- Click on 'Domains'
- Select the incompliant domain name
- Navigate to Security configuration and click on Edit
- Under 'Access policy' edit the JSON file with the permitted principles only.
- Click 'Save changes'
From Command Line
To change the specified access policy from a specified domain, run:
aws es update-elasticsearch-domain-config --domain-name DOMAIN_NAME --access-policies file://POLICY.json
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