Redis Auth is a security feature in Redis that requires clients to authenticate themselves before they can interact with the database. When enabled, clients must provide a password to connect to the Redis server.
To enable authentication, add the following line to your
your_password_here with a strong, secure password. Then, restart your Redis server for changes to take effect.
Clients can authenticate using the
AUTH command, followed by the password:
import redis r = redis.StrictRedis(host='localhost', port=6379) r.auth('your_password_here')
In this example, replace
your_password_here with the password you set in the
If authentication fails, an error message will be returned. If authentication succeeds, the client can proceed with interacting with the Redis server.
Please note that Redis Auth provides basic protection against unauthorized access but should not be considered a comprehensive security solution. For enhanced security, consider encrypting data and using additional security measures like firewall rules and SSL/TLS encryption.
Dragonfly is fully compatible with the Redis ecosystem and requires no code changes to implement.