A simple tool to change your AWS credentials quickly from the commandline.
Currently supports changing your password, will eventually support changing your MFA and Access/Secret Keys
Your AWS users must have the ability to change their own IAM credentials. You can see how to configure this here
Install via homebrew:
brew install jaxxstorm/tap/change-aws-credentials
Install the Go binary and place it in your
$PATH. You can download the latest version using this handy one-liner:
curl -s https://api.github.com/repos/jaxxstorm/change-aws-credentials/releases/latest | jq -r '.assets| select(.browser_download_url | contains("linux")) | .browser_download_url' | wget -i -
Download the latest release from the releases page and install as appropriate.
Assuming you have a working aws credentials file in the usual location (
$HOME/.aws) then you can just run the command:
Allows users to quickly reset their AWS credentials without having to burden an administrator Usage: change-aws-credentials [flags] change-aws-credentials [command] Available Commands: help Help about any command keys Rotate your AWS keys password Change your AWS Password Flags: -P, --awsprofile string AWS Profile to Change Credentials for --config string config file (default is $HOME/.change-aws-password.yaml) -h, --help help for change-aws-credentials Use "change-aws-credentials [command] --help" for more information about a command.
A docker image is built with every version, just remember to mount your AWS credentials file in the docker container like so:
docker run -it -v $HOME:/root/ change-aws-credentials:latest keys
You can specify the AWS profile you want to change the password for using the
-P flag. If you don't explicitly specify this, the tool will warn you which profile you're changing using by checking the
AWS_PROFILE environment variable
If you want to contribute, we use glide for dependency management, so it should be as simple as: