- Disable the CONFIG command
- Disable the FLUSHDB and FLUSHALL commands
- Enable authentication
- Bind Redis to a specific IP address
- Enable SSL/TLS encryption
- Disable unused Redis modules
- Set limits for memory and connections
- Monitor Redis logs
- Regularly update Redis
List of some best practices to harden Redis for DevSecOps
redis-cli config set config-command " "
redis-cli config set stop-writes-on-bgsave-error yes
Set a password in the Redis configuration file (
redis.conf) using the
requirepass directive. Restart Redis service to apply changes.
bind directive in the Redis configuration file to specify a specific IP address.
redis.conf file to specify SSL/TLS options and certificate files. Restart Redis service to apply changes.
redis.conf file to disable modules that are not needed. Use the
module-unload directives to control modules.
maxclients directives in the
redis.conf file to set limits for Redis memory and connections.
Regularly check Redis logs for suspicious activities and errors. Use a log analyzer tool to help detect anomalies.
Keep Redis up-to-date with the latest security patches and updates. Monitor vendor security advisories for any vulnerabilities that may affect Redis.