set the final bit to make these AWS-compatible
AWS-Zig Build / build-zig-0.11.0-amd64-host (push) Failing after 1m39s Details

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Emil Lerch 2024-03-04 14:55:46 -08:00
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commit f56360d501
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@ -191,7 +191,12 @@ fn generateCredentials(s: *std.build.Step, prog_node: *std.Progress.Node) error{
var rand = prng.random();
const account_number = rand.intRangeAtMost(u40, 0, 999999999999); // 100000000000, 999999999999);
const access_key_random_suffix = rand.int(u39);
const access_key_suffix: u80 = (@as(u80, account_number) << 39) + @as(u80, access_key_random_suffix);
// We need the most significant bit as a 1 to make the key compatible with
// AWS. Like...you can literally send these keys to public AWS `aws sts get-access-key-info --access-key-id <blah>`
// and get your account number (after changing ELAK to AKIA!
//
// Without this bit set, AWS' sts will complain that this is not a valid key
const access_key_suffix: u80 = (1 << 79) | (@as(u80, account_number) << 39) + @as(u80, access_key_random_suffix);
const access_key_suffix_encoded = base32Encode(u80, access_key_suffix);
// std.debug.assert(access_key_suffix_encoded.len == 16);
var secret_key: [30]u8 = undefined;