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Tracking what is using a security group


Hello, I am still at trying to clean up AWS account, and am needing some advice.

In AWS - EC2 - Security Groups - I have several critical vulnerabilities there, and in lieu of just nixing the issues, as im SURE it will blow something up, how do I find what function(s) are using this security group. So I can chase it back to its roots, see if they can be safely removed, or changed so the security value that is a vulnerability can be removed. THANKS

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Check out this document. You can do it via the console as shown in the document or via the CLI:

aws ec2 describe-network-interfaces --filters Name=group-id,Values=<group-id> --region <region> --output json

Hope this helps

answered 20 days ago

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