AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate



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SAMPLE QUESTION:

A retail company stores its business critical files on an Amazon S3 bucket that is also configured as a website endpoint. The company needs a robust configuration that will allow access only through CloudFront. No user or team member should be able to access the files directly from Amazon S3 URL.

As a SysOps Administrator, which of the following would you suggest to address this requirement?

  1. Create an Origin Access Identity (OAI) and configure S3 bucket permissions so that CloudFront can use the OAI to access the files in your bucket
  2. Configure a Security Group with CloudFront to restrict access to users
  3. Configure a Network Access Control List (ACL) with CloudFront to restrict access to users
  4. Setup the Amazon S3 bucket as a custom origin with CloudFront. Restrict the access to content by setting up custom headers

What’s your guess? Scroll below for the answer…

Correct: 4.

Correct option:

Setup the Amazon S3 bucket as a custom origin with CloudFront. Restrict the access to content by setting up custom headers

If you use an Amazon S3 bucket configured as a website endpoint, you must set it up with CloudFront as a custom origin. You can’t use the origin access identity feature. However, you can restrict access to content on a custom origin by setting up custom headers and configuring your origin to require them.

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To require that users access content through CloudFront, change the following settings in your CloudFront distributions:

1. Origin Custom Headers : Configure CloudFront to forward custom headers to your origin.

2. Viewer Protocol Policy : Configure your distribution to require viewers to use HTTPS to access CloudFront.

3. Origin Protocol Policy : Configure your distribution to require CloudFront to use the same protocol as viewers to forward requests to the origin.

After you’ve made these changes, update your application on your custom origin to only accept requests that include the custom headers that you’ve configured CloudFront to send.

More info on restricting access to files on custom origins:

<reference links in the practice exams>

Incorrect options:

**Create an Origin Access Identity (OAI) and configure S3 bucket permissions so that CloudFront can use the OAI to access the files in your bucket** – As explained above, if you use an Amazon S3 bucket configured as a website endpoint, you can’t use the origin access identity feature.

**Configure a Security Group with CloudFront to restrict access to users** – A Security Group acts as a virtual firewall for Amazon EC2 instances to control incoming and outgoing traffic. Security Groups cannot be used with CloudFront.

**Configure a Network Access Control List (ACL) with CloudFront to restrict access to users** – A Network Access Control List (ACL) is an optional layer of security for your VPC that acts as a firewall for controlling traffic in and out of one or more subnets. Network ACLs are not used with CloudFront.

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