iam-policy-no-statements-with-admin-access - AWS Config

iam-policy-no-statements-with-admin-access

Checks if AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies that you create have Allow statements that grant permissions to all actions on all resources. The rule is NON_COMPLIANT if any customer managed IAM policy statement includes "Effect": "Allow" with "Action": "*" over "Resource": "*".

Note

This rule only evaluates customer managed policies. This rule does NOT evaluate inline policies or AWS managed policies. For more information on the difference, see Managed policies and inline policies in the IAM User Guide.

The following policy is NON_COMPLIANT:

"Statement": [ { "Sid": "VisualEditor", "Effect": "Allow", "Action": "*", "Resource": "*" }

The following policy is COMPLIANT:

"Statement": [ { "Sid": "VisualEditor", "Effect": "Allow", "Action": "service:*", "Resource": "*" }

Identifier: IAM_POLICY_NO_STATEMENTS_WITH_ADMIN_ACCESS

Resource Types: AWS::IAM::Policy

Trigger type: Configuration changes

AWS Region: All supported AWS regions except Middle East (UAE), Asia Pacific (Hyderabad), Asia Pacific (Melbourne), Europe (Spain), Europe (Zurich) Region

Parameters:

excludePermissionBoundaryPolicy (Optional)
Type: boolean

Boolean flag to exclude the evaluation of IAM policies used as permissions boundaries. If set to 'true', the rule will not include permissions boundaries in the evaluation. Otherwise, all IAM policies in scope are evaluated when value is set to 'false.' Default value is 'false'.

AWS CloudFormation template

To create AWS Config managed rules with AWS CloudFormation templates, see Creating AWS Config Managed Rules With AWS CloudFormation Templates.