aws-sts takes the marginally-useful JSON output from the
aws sts command and generates shell code that can be fed into
Useful for those of use with MFA enabled on our accounts. In an MFA CLI environment, your
SECRET_ACCESS_KEY are only useful for getting a session token from the AWS Security Token Service. It’s this token (actually a temporary key, secret key and session token) that you can then use to talk to the AWS CLI.
aws sts command takes a bunch of MFA information and spits out JSON that
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