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Serverless Architecture is said to be more secure compared to traditional architectures. However, this does not mean attacks cannot be performed on it.
In this lab, we will learn how a vulnerable lambda function can be leveraged to perform a privileged operation
Objective: Identify the command Injection vulnerability, leverage it to get hold of temporary access credentials and interact with the S3 buckets on the AWS account.
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