John Hanley

Security, software development and devops in a cloud world - AWS, Azure, Google, IBM & Alibaba

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Google Cloud – Improving Security with Impersonation

Introduction A common practice in Google Cloud is to create one or more service accounts to authorize the Google Cloud CLI. Using service accounts is recommended by Google instead of user accounts. However, a service account JSON or P12 file… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Compute – Mastering SSH

Introduction One of the more frequent problems on Stackoverflow is Compute Engine SSH. This article will dive into how SSH is configured on Compute Engine and how to connect using various SSH tools. I will also cover how to create… Continue Reading →

Never Implement Proxy TLS Interception

Introduction I was answering a question on StackOverflow. The questioner has implemented Proxy TLS Interception which is very dangerous. I am reposting this thread on my website to share the details of my answer. The Question: how to configure Google… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud SQL Proxy – Installing as a Service on GCE

Introduction Google Cloud SQL Proxy provides secure access to Cloud SQL Second Generation instances without having to whitelist IP addresses or configure SSL. Cloud SQL Proxy provides several important benefits: Secure connections: The proxy automatically encrypts traffic to and from the database using TLS… Continue Reading →

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