Remove Entries In Security Groups Which Allow FTP (TCP Port 20 And 21) Access From Public IP

It is AWS best practice to remove entries in security group which allows FTP access from public IP to reduce possibility of breach. Allowing unrestricted FTP access can increase threats such as brute-force attacks, FTP bounce attacks, spoofing attacks and packet capture. .

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Trigger

Use this to initiate a workflow based on time, events or call.

Runs everyday

Resource

Select resources on which you want to work on.

Gets Security Groups in a specific AWS Region for EC2 service.

Filter

Enter parameters to filter resources in the workflow.

Filters the Security group which allows FTP( TCP port 20 and 21) access from public IP.

User Approval

Use this to get approval from stakeholder to continue the workflow.

Fulfils organizational obligation(if any) before taking any action on an AWS resource.

Action

Select action to be done on resources in the workflow.

Revoke Security Group Ingress in a specific AWS Region for EC2 service.
Adopt Template

Workflow Template

Trigger

Use this to initiate a workflow based on time, events or call.

Runs everyday

Resource

Select resources on which you want to work on.

Gets Security Groups in a specific AWS Region for EC2 service.

Filter

Enter parameters to filter resources in the workflow.

Filters the Security group which allows FTP( TCP port 20 and 21) access from public IP.

User Approval

Use this to get approval from stakeholder to continue the workflow.

Fulfils organizational obligation(if any) before taking any action on an AWS resource.

Action

Select action to be done on resources in the workflow.

Revoke Security Group Ingress in a specific AWS Region for EC2 service.

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