Twilio generates an Account String Identifier (SID) and an Auth token when you create a Twilio account. This key is for all intents and purposes a master key that can be used to perform any function available in the Twilio API.
Anytime you hand over the Account SID and Auth token to a device or a colleague, you increase the risk of that master key becoming compromised. Luckily Twilio provides capabilities to minimize this risk. This article covers:
- API Credentials
- API Keys
In short, this tutorial will help you to stop giving away your Twilio Master Key and start using API Keys.
When you create a new account or subaccount, Twilio generates an Account SID and Auth token for that account. You can find these API credentials on the dashboard page of your account:
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