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What's all this?

Amazon S3 provides a great place to store all sorts of files but sometimes managing permissions can be a bit of a pain. Built-in to S3 is the ability to generate links to private files that expire after a set period of time. This tool generates those for you so you don't have to fiddle with the command line or install any 3rd party tools.

How do I use it?

Visit http://s3-expiry.50projects.com/

Won't you steal my key?

Your secret key is safe, all code runs client side. The code is also available in case you don't trust me.

I still don't trust you, how would I do this on the command line?

AWS provides the presign command.

aws s3 presign expiry-test/hello.txt --expires-in 86400 --region us-east-1

Make sure to set your credentials either via aws configure or via the AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID and AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY environment variables.

Who are you?

I'm Phil. I sometimes write things at blog.50projects.com

Deployment

Specific instructions for this installation. Adjust targets and settings for your specific installation.

aws s3 sync ./ s3://s3-expiry.50projects.com/ --exclude ".git/*" --acl public-read --delete

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Provides an online tool to create expiring links for s3 private resources - http://s3-expiry.50projects.com

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