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A credential_process for fetching AWS SSO credentials

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AWS Profile Manager

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Support installation via go get by changing module name

Thanks for fixing this!

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Support installation via go get by changing module name

Hi there,

Great tool - made it super easy to get aws sso working with Terraform.

Only slightly annoying thing is that I couldn't do go get github.com/flyinprogrammer/aws-sso-fetcher to install it quickly, and I had to clone and build it. My change to the module name will allow people to install this with one command.

Here is the error when currently trying to do go get:

go: github.com/flyinprogrammer/aws-sso-fetcher upgrade => v0.0.1
go get: github.com/flyinprogrammer/aws-sso-fetcher@v0.0.1: parsing go.mod:
	module declares its path as: aws-sso-fetcher
	        but was required as: github.com/flyinprogrammer/aws-sso-fetcher

Hope it looks good.

Thanks, George

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Wrapping profile not needed

Your README has this:

[profile acme_dev]
sso_start_url = https://acme.awsapps.com/start/
sso_region = us-east-2
sso_account_id = 0123456789
sso_role_name = AWSAdministratorAccess
region = us-east-2
output = json

[profile wrap_acme_dev]
credential_process = /Users/alice/bin/aws-sso-fetcher acme_dev
region = us-west-1
output = json

but I believe it should still work if you fold it together:

[profile acme_dev]
credential_process = /Users/alice/bin/aws-sso-fetcher acme_dev

sso_start_url = https://acme.awsapps.com/start/
sso_region = us-east-2
sso_account_id = 0123456789
sso_role_name = AWSAdministratorAccess
region = us-west-1
output = json

The CLI v2 prefers the SSO config over credential_process, so it won't run it (good), and the SDKs will just pick up the credential_process and ignore the SSO config.

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Feature: Execute 'aws sso login' when cached token is expired

so how would/does this work exactly? i have some random java process running in the background of my laptop that's using my sso aws creds, the sso creds expire, and then magically my browser opens out of no where, and I go do the auth flow again?

it looks like right now you're relying on an oidc client provided in botocore? https://github.com/benkehoe/aws-sso-credential-process/blob/master/aws_sso_credential_process/utils.py#L104

I presume we'd need a similar client in golang because it doesn't seem like our sdk provides one? (certainly not a show stopper)

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pull request commentflyinprogrammer/aws-sso-fetcher

Fixed ISO8601 format issue; Updated documentation and Makefile

I just checked: AWS CLI v2 also uses the credentials file.

where do you see this?

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Wrapping profile not needed

updated the README to remove the wrapper language, and to document needed to set AWS_SDK_LOAD_CONFIG - let me know if there's more that's needed.

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Fixed ISO8601 format issue; Updated documentation and Makefile

also you should know, the credential_process value in a profile definition should be placed in the config file - according to their docs: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/cli-configure-sourcing-external.html

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Fixed ISO8601 format issue; Updated documentation and Makefile

thanks for this - you should see it released

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Fixed ISO8601 format issue; Updated documentation and Makefile

When using the sso fetcher, I ran into issues with timezones. This should fix the issue with UTC formatting of ISO8601 dates. Also updated the makefile, and fixed a documentation issue (credential_process should go into the ~/.aws/credentials file, not ~/.aws/config

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Wrapping profile not needed

huh that's clever, i'll play with that tonight

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issue commentaws/aws-sdk-go

Obtain credentials from `cli/cache` json file

if you won't want to rely on python system dependencies, here's a similar credential provider in go: https://github.com/flyinprogrammer/aws-sso-fetcher

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Fix for the example config file

Ended up here from https://github.com/terraform-providers/terraform-provider-aws/issues/10851#issuecomment-626104832

Nice workaround 👍

However, there is a small problem in the example given in the README. The issue comes down to INI file implementations in different languages. The current example works with Python (aws cli), but not with Go AWS SDK. Their parser does not pick up the first profile parameter. SDK itself "eats" the error message, so tools depending on it (terraform, aws-iam-authenticator) fail without much help. Tooks some time to get to the bottom of this.

The following (no quotes) seems to work for both boto based things and aws-sdk-go:

[profile wrap_acme_dev]
credential_process = /Users/alice/bin/aws-sso-fetcher acme_dev

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Fix for the example config file

Thanks for reporting this, I hadn't run into it yet!

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make this a credential_process ?

https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/cli-configure-sourcing-external.html

You might consider making this a credential_process so that then most aws sdks can just naturally source credentials via an AWS_PROFILE - which also means, auto-magic credential renewals (assuming your SSO login hasn't expired).

I wrote a version of this in golang (to avoid the os dependency requirements): https://github.com/flyinprogrammer/aws-sso-fetcher

Thanks for making this code base, it made writing my code very straightforward, and obviously feel free to instantly close this issue, it's just 2 cents from another human.

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Add support for AWS SSO

I took at stab at writing a credential_process to solve this problem, which means you won't need to call scripts randomly, most applications are already smart enough to properly re-call the process when the credentials expire: https://github.com/flyinprogrammer/aws-sso-fetcher

it also does some caching so that sequential calls use a file until the credential expires. It's pretty alpha software, but it seems to work ¯_(ツ)_/¯ Issues and feedback welcome.

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I took at stab at writing a credential_process to solve this problem, which means you won't need to call scripts randomly, most applications are already smart enough to properly re-call the process when the credentials expire: https://github.com/flyinprogrammer/aws-sso-fetcher

it also does some caching so that sequential calls use a file until the credential expires. It's pretty alpha software, but it seems to work ¯_(ツ)_/¯ Issues and feedback welcome.

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If you see issues with it in real situations, please let me know

I'm not exactly sure if you want to have a discussion about how warmups work here, but here's my understanding of how this example warmup logic is going to work:

  • Ping AWS Lambda every 5 minutes
  • This ensures 1 lambda is always running so long as the timeout on the lambda is > 5 minutes (note the default using SAM seems to be 20 seconds, so this example code already doesn't work for me, nothing that can't be fixed in a PR though :bow: )

What happens when our app scales to requiring 2 lambdas?

Well the second lambda will take too long to boot, Slack servers will timeout, and then deliver the message multiple times, and our app will start making multiple replies.

Which begs the question, lambda code needs a way to keep track messages that it's already replied to, and that bookkeeping needs to work across all running lambdas because it's possible the re-delivery goes to lambdas 1, 2, or N.


In my mind the above scenario exists, or am I wrong/crazy/delusional?

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So I'd love to see some guidance around using this sdk to build lambda slack bots. I have everything working, based on the current documentation (which I need to submit a PR for), but I'm currently suffering from cold-boot lambdas taking too long to ACK a messages from Slack, which results in retry deliveries, and then my bot processing the same message multiple times.

Similarly, I'm not sure how a warmup function would help this because as soon as the lambda has to scale, the cold-boot lambda is going to suffer from the same latency issues. but maybe I miss understand something.

Are there recommendations from Slack to address these issues? Is it possible to store the message id in memory to detect receiving the same message more than once? Could/should that get added as part of a middleware in the lambda/functional libraries?

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aws/endpoints: Remove types used for exposing iteration types over partitions, regions, and service models.

You might want to fix your README:

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You can't use the "@" symbol in a master password.

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I tried making a tool today that would try and verify if particular system certificates were present on the host, rather than blow up at runtime. And it's impossible to build that tool without this API change, or cloning most of the code here and building my own library.

Also: https://github.com/golang/go/blob/master/src/crypto/x509/cert_pool.go#L151-L159 is not sufficient because I still don't have a way to actually verify certificate material.

Hopefully no one finds this, but should you happen to try and actually iterate on the Subjects of your CertPool - RawSubject is actually a RDNSequence, not a pkix.Name

for i, rawSubject := range subjects {
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Website 404s

Issue Type

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The website is currently 404ing


The steps to reproduce are:

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  2. Witness 404

The expected result is: The beautiful website is there.

The actual result is: It 404s.

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Add https support

We're so close to getting this fixed.

Someone needs to go into this repo and check the "Enforce HTTPS" checkbox so that HTTP requests get redirected to HTTPS.

Similarly the A record for rsocket.io has some potential poison in it:

dig @8.8.8.8 rsocket.io +short
185.199.108.153
192.30.252.153

we should make sure the A record has these addresses in it:

185.199.108.153
185.199.109.153
185.199.110.153
185.199.111.153
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NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID

this is effectively a duplicate of https://github.com/rsocket/rsocket-website/issues/16 - i will post more updates there.

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