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TL;DR If you already use AWS Vault, you can use this command to use your AWS Vault credentials with CodeCommit: $ git clone \ --config 'credential.helper=!aws-vault exec [AWS_VAULT_PROFILE] -- aws codecommit credential-helper $@' \ --config 'credential.UseHttpPath=true' \ https://git-codecommit.[AWS_REGION].amazonaws.com/v1/repos/[REPO_NAME] where [AWS_VAULT_PROFILE] is your AWS Vault profile, [AWS_REGION] is the region, and [REPO_NAME] is the name of the repo in CodeCommit. Using AWS Vault to authenticate to AWS CodeCommit AWS CodeCommit has a number of ways to authenticate - if using an IAM user there are three options: