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Matias Insaurralde
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Why this tool?

Evilredis tool is an offensive security program for pentesting Redis databases. It can scan the target and perform different actions, like shutting down a Redis instance.

How it works

The evilredis tool sends commands to the Redis instance and sees how it responds. Based on that, an action might be successful or not.

Usage and audience

evilredis is commonly used for security assessment or vulnerability scanning. Target users for this tool are pentesters and security professionals.


  • Command line interface

Example usage and output

== evilredis >:)

Syntax: evilredis [ target ] [ level = 0 ]
Ex. evilredis 1

- Level 0: quick scan, dump server info & keys
- Level 1: flushall
- Level 2: flushall & shutdown
- Level 3: root >:) (requires a pubkey)

Specify your pubkey after evilness level
Example: $ evilredis x.x.x.x 3 ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub

Tool review and remarks

The review and analysis of this project resulted in the following remarks for this security tool:


  • + The source code of this software is available

Author and Maintainers

Evilredis is under development by Matias Insaurralde.


Supported operating systems

Evilredis is known to work on Linux.


Several dependencies are required to use evilredis.

  • Redis
  • async
  • cidr-js
  • ipv4list

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