The leaking in the Tardigrade network is possible only when the customer would publish their access grant or linkshare. It’s includes an access grant and It should be possible to revoke it. But I’m not sure, how to do that. The access grant can have a very granular permissions like one object with only write permissions (even without a list and delete permissions).
I think you mean a new Access grant wizard in the Satellite UI. That’s a good point!
When you created a bucket it has default permissions which you specified in the access grant in the setup. Then you can share this bucket with other permissions (but they cannot be wider than a root access grant).
If you have a token (the base of the access grant), you already have a full access to your project. Then you can specify the encryption phrase (“Continue in the Browser”), permissions to the existing buckets or to the project (in case of
However, if you used an access grant with only write permissions to create a bucket and upload an object, you can see only the bucket, but not content.
So, all depends on how you created an access grant. You even can generate an access grant in the satellite UI, which will not allow you to see a content of existing buckets (for example - you can specify a different encryption phrase or do not allow listing and/or read).
You can name it like that. And I did to be honest
However it’s only a link to the hash in the database anyway. You can specify a different name for the access in your
uplink import bucket_123_download_upload_list_delete 12Fkljr1jiouoriowjoeirut....
But then you would need to use this name in each command like
uplink --access bucket_123_download_upload_list_delete ls