AWS Console Labels

AWS Console Labels

This plugin shows an AWS account name in the header of the AWS console based on a JSON configuration.

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What is AWS Console Labels?

AWS Console Labels is a Firefox add-on by bwagner. This add-on has 19 daily active users and a perfect 5.0 rating. The latest version, 1.0.5, was updated a year ago.

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By: bwagner
Users: 19 ▼ -1
Rating: 5.00 (1)
Version: 1.0.5 (Last updated: 2022-02-02)
Creation date: 2020-10-31
Weekly download count: 1
Firefox on Android: No
Manifest version: 2
Permissions:
  • storage
Size: 319.63K
Risk impact: Moderate risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood

Other platforms

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Not available on Edge
Summary
After installation, please open extension options via the extensions menu and enter a JSON-formatted list of AWS account IDs and labels in the textarea; for example:
{
    "123123123123": "MyPersonalAWSAccount",
    "456456456456": "CompanyDevAWSAccount",
    "789789789789": "CompanyProdAWSAccount"
}
User reviews
Great small add-on, essential when working with multiple accounts regularly. A feature the AWS console should have by itself! Edit: following bug was fixed!: ~but it currently does not work properly and the information overlays existing interfaces (e.g. on EC2) and breaks the UI in subtle cases.~
by rfc, 2022-01-04
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Safety
Risk impact

AWS Console Labels requires some risky permissions and may not be safe to use. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing.

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Risk likelihood

AWS Console Labels has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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