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Can you perform audits on Route53 to see what was changed in the DNS records? Can you block access to route53 using IAM? I ask this because it wasn't possible a year ago.

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Yes, you can provide an IAM policy that excludes Route53.

No, I'm not aware of any built-in auditing. You could, though, set something up via the APIs to periodically export your records and audit changes on your end.

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