Last updated：2021-04-28 11:04:15
|Account||Member Account||A Kingsoft Cloud account. An account is the owner of resources. All resources belong to accounts.|
|User||IAM User||A user under a Kingsoft Cloud account. An IAM user does not own any resources but can manage the resources authorized by an account.|
|Role||IAM Role||A role created under a Kingsoft Cloud account.|
|Group (IAM)||IAM Group||A collection of IAM users with the same functions.|
|Account ID||Ksyun Account ID||The ID of a Kingsoft Cloud account. An account ID is a digit string that can be up to 20 digits in length.|
|Policy||Policy||The access policy, which can be a resource-based policy or a user policy.
|ACL||Access Control List||The access control policy for you to manage the bucket and object access permissions. Each bucket and object have an ACL.|
|Bucket policy||Bucket policy||An access policy for allowing other accounts or IAM users to access a bucket or objects in the bucket. The bucket policy is more flexible and fine-grained than the ACL.|
|User policy||User policy||An access policy for allowing IAM users, user groups, or roles to access all Kingsoft Cloud resources including KS3.|
|KRN||Kingsoft Resource Name||The globally unique identifier of a Kingsoft Cloud resource, which is used to identify a resource in policy documents.|
|AK||AccessKeyID||The unique identifier of an AccessKey, which is used to identify a visitor.|
|SK||SecretAccessKey||A key used to encrypt the signature string and verify the signature string by KS3. You must keep it safe.|
|STS||Security Token Service||A service for granting temporary access permissions.|
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