Hi! My name is Søren. I’m an IT Consultant based in Copenhagen. I work with AWS Cloud technologies and DevOps.
My first hobby was electronics, but then in 1982 I got my first computer - a Commodore 64 - and since then I've been playing with computers for fun almost every day. This also includes messing with hardware projects using e.g. Raspberry Pi or Arduino boards.
He/Him. Married w/o children. Vegetarian. Does all the cooking and likes a good craft beer on special occasions.
@slu Have a similar background: taking computers apart before using them in the commercial world. Have to get around to actually using my Raspberry Pi for a project ... !
Do you know a good way to block AWS and anything Amazon® related?
Is there a list of IPs and domains?
I really don't want to connect to computers harming the whole internet! =D
Thanks in advance and welcome to Fedi!
I don't think there's a (official) list of Amazon IPs. But there is for AWS: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/general/latest/gr/aws-ip-ranges.html - it's more than 100M.
I don't know a good way of blocking that amount of IPs.
Also, there are AWS-based solution running behind non-AWS CDNs. That wouldn't be blocked using the above list.
In other words, I don't think there's a good way of doing this.
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