Use CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests S3

Use CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests S3

July 17, 2020 / Eternal Team

How to secure S3 using cloud front. So we don’t want users to be able to browse to our S3 bucket using the S3 URL, we want to force them using CloudFront.

So sign-in to your AWS account And go to the s3 service.

Step 1

Create a bucket, Here the name is “Eternal2020”.

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Step 2

Go to “cloud front” and we need to create a distribution.

Click on “click distribution”.

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Step 3

Add your bucket name on origin domain name Changed it all other stuff which we have highlighted.

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And down and click on “create distribution”.

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Now go to your bucket and add some object And it has been done, but Cloudfront can take some time And how long is a while?

Well, it is actually quite annoying. But If you go back to your distribution, you can see that you are going to be redeploying right now. And you can wait till the status has changed to deployed.

But if anything wrong i will put the link so that it will easy for you.

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