UPDATE: In a statement, Redis told TechRadar Pro that it was “is very supportive of the cybersecurity research community and we want to give credit to AquaSec for publishing this report for the benefit of the Redis community. Their report shows the potential dangers of misconfiguring Redis. We encourage all Redis users to follow the security guidelines and best practices published on our site open source (opens in a new tab) AND commercial (opens in a new tab) documentation. We also offer a free security course through Redis University that covers both our open source and commercial offerings.”

“It should be noted that there is no indication that Redis Enterprise or Redis Cloud services are affected by these attacks.”

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