I can delete a public-read-write bucket which is belong to other user, is this right?
I can delete a public-read-write bucket which is belong to other user,But the below table definition is can write or delete objects in the bucket.
So is this right?
Permission Bucket Object
READ Grantee can list the objects in the bucket. Grantee can read the object.
WRITE Grantee can write or delete objects in the bucket. N/A
READ_ACP Grantee can read bucket ACL. Grantee can read the object ACL.
WRITE_ACP Grantee can write bucket ACL. Grantee can write to the object ACL.
FULL_CONTROL Grantee has full permissions for object in the bucket. Grantee can read or write to the object ACL.
#4 Updated by Adam Emerson 12 months ago
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- Target version set to v15.0.0
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This is the correct behavior, but I'll update the documentation with the exact mapping between S3 operations and ACL permissions.
Amazon considers ACLs deprecated and suggests the use of bucket policy. It lets you specify much finer control over exactly which operations are supported.