Use secure connections to Redis instances#
Azure Cache for Redis should only accept secure connections.
Azure Cache for Redis is configured to accept unencrypted connections using a non-SSL port. Unencrypted connections are disabled by default.
Unencrypted communication to Redis Cache could allow disclosure of information to an untrusted party.
Azure Cache for Redis should be configured to only accept secure connections.
When the non-SSL port is enabled, encrypted and unencrypted connections are permitted. To prevent unencrypted connections, disable the non-SSL port.
Unless explicitly required, consider disabling the non-SSL port.
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