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He noticed the blunder and pulled the keys within five minutes, but that was enough for a bot to pounce and spin up instances for Bitcoin mining.
Amazon he said told him such bot exploits were increasingly common with hackers running algorithms to perpetually search for GitHub for API keys. Amazon refunded his bill, as it had for others. The blunder was the latest of many and served as a reminder for administrators to adhere to Amazon's best practice guidelines. The Register - Independent news and views for the tech community.
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