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NoSQL Security: Installing and Hardening Redis

Many useful pieces of advice—from the very basics to renaming commands—in Marc Wickenden post about securing Redis:

Redis doesn’t have much in the way of security so I knew that anyone who managed to pop the box could theoretically connect to the local Redis instance and mess around. I’ll take you through the steps I took to install and harden Redis, on a Debian Squeeze GNU/Linux box.

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Original title and link: NoSQL Security: Installing and Hardening Redis (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.7elements.co.uk/2012/03/installing-and-hardening-redis.html