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Creating a Script That Will Run in CloudShell or on an EC2 instance | by Teri Radichel | Cloud Security | Apr, 2024

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Teri Radichel
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In the last post I explained how to reduce the blast radius and improve security when using personal access tokens with a GitHub organization.

Now I’m trying to use the tokens with my new organization to complete the code I was working on when I left off previously.

It’s always interesting to step away from your code and come back and try to figure out what you were doing. My goal is to continuously improve and simplify the execution of my code while keeping it secure.

One of the nice things I did was create a repository with a fairly self-explanatory name:

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