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The Terms and ConditionsTerms and Conditions on Amazon's AWS prohibit activities called, "White cards" and "Red team and blue team testing". What do these terms mean?

The Terms and Conditions on Amazon's AWS prohibit activities called, "White cards" and "Red team and blue team testing". What do these terms mean?

The Terms and Conditions on Amazon's AWS prohibit activities called, "White cards" and "Red team and blue team testing". What do these terms mean?

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Simulated events with Penetration Testing on AWSVocabulary

According to AmazonThe Terms and Conditions on Amazon's AWS prohibit activities called, "White cards", and "Red team and blue team testing" is considered as a simulated events. Can you guys tell me what's the meaning of those term, pleaseWhat do these terms mean?

Simulated events with Penetration Testing on AWS

According to Amazon, "White cards", "Red team and blue team testing" is considered as a simulated events. Can you guys tell me what's the meaning of those term, please?

Penetration Testing Vocabulary

The Terms and Conditions on Amazon's AWS prohibit activities called, "White cards" and "Red team and blue team testing". What do these terms mean?

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