The best way that I've found to execute commands on the underlying host with an exposed Docker socket is Ian Miell's most pointless docker command ever
The command looks like this :-
docker run -ti
--net=host --pid=host --ipc=host
and will essentially drop you straight into a full ...
Yes, that is a basic function of AWS KMS to encrypt/decrypt an object under a CMK.
When you encrypt data directly with KMS, it must be transferred over the network as all the cryptographic operations are performed in the backing HSM keystore.
AWS KMS provides low latency cryptographic operations on HSMs by design.
Thus there is a limit of 4 KB on the ...