This is a maintenance release for ​​Redis Enterprise Software version 7.2.4.

Highlights

This version offers:

  • Configurable LDAP authentication timeout

  • RHEL 8.9 support

New in this release

Enhancements

  • LDAP authentication timeout directory_timeout_s is now configurable using a PUT /v1/cluster/ldap REST API request.

  • Added support for RHEL 8.9.

Redis modules

Redis Enterprise Software versions 7.2.4-105 includes the following Redis Stack modules:

Resolved issues

  • RS106070: Cluster upgrade will fail and display an error to the user after a timeout is exceeded.

  • RS107974: Increased retry count for join requests in case the local CCS isn’t available.

  • RS118229: Fixed an issue in the new Cluster Manager UI where a database could not be scaled up to use the maximum shards available for a trial license.

Version changes

Supported platforms

Supported – The platform is supported for this version of Redis Enterprise Software.

⚠️ Deprecated – The platform is still supported for this version of Redis Enterprise Software, but support will be removed in a future release.

End of life – Platform support ended in this version of Redis Enterprise Software.

Redis Enterprise 7.2.4 6.4.2 6.2.18 6.2.12 6.2.10 6.2.8 6.2.4
Release date Aug
2023
Feb
2023
Sept
2022
Aug
2022
Feb
2022
Oct
2021
Aug
2021
End-of-life date Feb
2025
Aug
2024
Aug
2024
Aug
2024
Aug
2024
Aug
2024
Ubuntu1
20.04 6
18.04 ⚠️
16.04 ⚠️
RHEL & CentOS2
8.9 9
8.8 8
8.7
8.5-8.6
8.0-8.4
7.0-7.9 ⚠️
Oracle Linux3
8
7 ⚠️
Rocky Linux3
8
Amazon Linux
2 7
1 ⚠️
Docker4
Kubernetes5
  1. The server version of Ubuntu is recommended for production installations. The desktop version is only recommended for development deployments.

  2. RHEL and CentOS deployments require OpenSSL 1.0.2 and firewall configuration.

  3. Based on the corresponding RHEL version.

  4. Docker images of Redis Enterprise Software are certified for development and testing only.

  5. See the Redis Enterprise for Kubernetes documentation.

  6. Ubuntu 20.04 support was added in Redis Enterprise Software 6.4.2-43.

  7. A release candidate for Amazon Linux 2 support was added in Redis Enterprise Software 6.4.2-61. Official support for Amazon Linux 2 was added in Redis Enterprise Software 6.4.2-69.

  8. Redis Enterprise Software 6.4.2-103 and later supports RHEL 8.8.

  9. Redis Enterprise Software 7.2.4-105 and later supports RHEL 8.9.

Downloads

The following table shows the MD5 checksums for the available packages:

Package MD5 checksum (7.2.4-105 February release)
Ubuntu 18 8d78258f76d0968437c0b6bc4e1c5e12
Ubuntu 20 48bcb267f6d154989726b556e93f64aa
RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7
Oracle Enterprise Linux (OL) 7
2d5ad0090de6f5ef513cbf4e07da9ed5
RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8
Oracle Enterprise Linux (OL) 8
Rocky Enterprise Linux
974c6815bfd53bf74e349b2beae1780f
Amazon Linux 2 bf296f206da39830f3c4d8d46e2193c1

Security

Open source Redis security fixes compatibility

As part of Redis’s commitment to security, Redis Enterprise Software implements the latest security fixes available with open source Redis. Redis Enterprise has already included the fixes for the relevant CVEs.

Some CVEs announced for open source Redis do not affect Redis Enterprise due to different or additional functionality available in Redis Enterprise that is not available in open source Redis.

Redis Enterprise 7.2.4-105 supports open source Redis 7.2, 6.2, and 6.0. Below is the list of open source Redis CVEs fixed by version.

Redis 7.2.x:

  • (CVE-2023-41056) In some cases, Redis may incorrectly handle resizing of memory buffers, which can result in incorrect accounting of buffer sizes and lead to heap overflow and potential remote code execution.

  • (CVE-2023-41053) Redis does not correctly identify keys accessed by SORT_RO and, as a result, may grant users executing this command access to keys that are not explicitly authorized by the ACL configuration. (Redis 7.2.1)

Redis 7.0.x:

  • (CVE-2023-41056) In some cases, Redis may incorrectly handle resizing of memory buffers, which can result in incorrect accounting of buffer sizes and lead to heap overflow and potential remote code execution.

  • (CVE-2023-41053) Redis does not correctly identify keys accessed by SORT_RO and, as a result, may grant users executing this command access to keys that are not explicitly authorized by the ACL configuration. (Redis 7.0.13)

  • (CVE-2023-36824) Extracting key names from a command and a list of arguments may, in some cases, trigger a heap overflow and result in reading random heap memory, heap corruption, and potentially remote code execution. Specifically: using COMMAND GETKEYS* and validation of key names in ACL rules. (Redis 7.0.12)

  • (CVE-2023-28856) Authenticated users can use the HINCRBYFLOAT command to create an invalid hash field that will crash Redis on access. (Redis 7.0.11)

  • (CVE-2023-28425) Specially crafted MSETNX command can lead to assertion and denial-of-service. (Redis 7.0.10)

  • (CVE-2023-25155) Specially crafted SRANDMEMBER, ZRANDMEMBER, and HRANDFIELD commands can trigger an integer overflow, resulting in a runtime assertion and termination of the Redis server process. (Redis 7.0.9)

  • (CVE-2023-22458) Integer overflow in the Redis HRANDFIELD and ZRANDMEMBER commands can lead to denial-of-service. (Redis 7.0.8)

  • (CVE-2022-36021) String matching commands (like SCAN or KEYS) with a specially crafted pattern to trigger a denial-of-service attack on Redis, causing it to hang and consume 100% CPU time. (Redis 7.0.9)

  • (CVE-2022-35977) Integer overflow in the Redis SETRANGE and SORT/SORT_RO commands can drive Redis to OOM panic. (Redis 7.0.8)

  • (CVE-2022-35951) Executing an XAUTOCLAIM command on a stream key in a specific state, with a specially crafted COUNT argument, may cause an integer overflow, a subsequent heap overflow, and potentially lead to remote code execution. The problem affects Redis versions 7.0.0 or newer. (Redis 7.0.5)

  • (CVE-2022-31144) A specially crafted XAUTOCLAIM command on a stream key in a specific state may result in heap overflow and potentially remote code execution. The problem affects Redis versions 7.0.0 or newer. (Redis 7.0.4)

  • (CVE-2022-24834) A specially crafted Lua script executing in Redis can trigger a heap overflow in the cjson and cmsgpack libraries, and result in heap corruption and potentially remote code execution. The problem exists in all versions of Redis with Lua scripting support, starting from 2.6, and affects only authenticated and authorized users. (Redis 7.0.12)

  • (CVE-2022-24736) An attacker attempting to load a specially crafted Lua script can cause NULL pointer dereference which will result in a crash of the redis-server process. This issue affects all versions of Redis. (Redis 7.0.0)

  • (CVE-2022-24735) By exploiting weaknesses in the Lua script execution environment, an attacker with access to Redis can inject Lua code that will execute with the (potentially higher) privileges of another Redis user. (Redis 7.0.0)

Redis 6.2.x:

  • (CVE-2023-28856) Authenticated users can use the HINCRBYFLOAT command to create an invalid hash field that will crash Redis on access. (Redis 6.2.12)

  • (CVE-2023-25155) Specially crafted SRANDMEMBER, ZRANDMEMBER, and HRANDFIELD commands can trigger an integer overflow, resulting in a runtime assertion and termination of the Redis server process. (Redis 6.2.11)

  • (CVE-2023-22458) Integer overflow in the Redis HRANDFIELD and ZRANDMEMBER commands can lead to denial-of-service. (Redis 6.2.9)

  • (CVE-2022-36021) String matching commands (like SCAN or KEYS) with a specially crafted pattern to trigger a denial-of-service attack on Redis, causing it to hang and consume 100% CPU time. (Redis 6.2.11)

  • (CVE-2022-35977) Integer overflow in the Redis SETRANGE and SORT/SORT_RO commands can drive Redis to OOM panic. (Redis 6.2.9)

  • (CVE-2022-24834) A specially crafted Lua script executing in Redis can trigger a heap overflow in the cjson and cmsgpack libraries, and result in heap corruption and potentially remote code execution. The problem exists in all versions of Redis with Lua scripting support, starting from 2.6, and affects only authenticated and authorized users. (Redis 6.2.13)

  • (CVE-2022-24736) An attacker attempting to load a specially crafted Lua script can cause NULL pointer dereference which will result in a crash of the redis-server process. This issue affects all versions of Redis. (Redis 6.2.7)

  • (CVE-2022-24735) By exploiting weaknesses in the Lua script execution environment, an attacker with access to Redis can inject Lua code that will execute with the (potentially higher) privileges of another Redis user. (Redis 6.2.7)

  • (CVE-2021-41099) Integer to heap buffer overflow handling certain string commands and network payloads, when proto-max-bulk-len is manually configured to a non-default, very large value. (Redis 6.2.6)

  • (CVE-2021-32762) Integer to heap buffer overflow issue in redis-cli and redis-sentinel parsing large multi-bulk replies on some older and less common platforms. (Redis 6.2.6)

  • (CVE-2021-32761) An integer overflow bug in Redis version 2.2 or newer can be exploited using the BITFIELD command to corrupt the heap and potentially result with remote code execution. (Redis 6.2.5)

  • (CVE-2021-32687) Integer to heap buffer overflow with intsets, when set-max-intset-entries is manually configured to a non-default, very large value. (Redis 6.2.6)

  • (CVE-2021-32675) Denial Of Service when processing RESP request payloads with a large number of elements on many connections. (Redis 6.2.6)

  • (CVE-2021-32672) Random heap reading issue with Lua Debugger. (Redis 6.2.6)

  • (CVE-2021-32628) Integer to heap buffer overflow handling ziplist-encoded data types, when configuring a large, non-default value for hash-max-ziplist-entries, hash-max-ziplist-value, zset-max-ziplist-entries or zset-max-ziplist-value. (Redis 6.2.6)

  • (CVE-2021-32627) Integer to heap buffer overflow issue with streams, when configuring a non-default, large value for proto-max-bulk-len and client-query-buffer-limit. (Redis 6.2.6)

  • (CVE-2021-32626) Specially crafted Lua scripts may result with Heap buffer overflow. (Redis 6.2.6)

  • (CVE-2021-32625) An integer overflow bug in Redis version 6.0 or newer can be exploited using the STRALGO LCS command to corrupt the heap and potentially result with remote code execution. This is a result of an incomplete fix by CVE-2021-29477. (Redis 6.2.4)

  • (CVE-2021-29478) An integer overflow bug in Redis 6.2 could be exploited to corrupt the heap and potentially result with remote code execution. The vulnerability involves changing the default set-max-intset-entries configuration value, creating a large set key that consists of integer values and using the COPY command to duplicate it. The integer overflow bug exists in all versions of Redis starting with 2.6, where it could result with a corrupted RDB or DUMP payload, but not exploited through COPY (which did not exist before 6.2). (Redis 6.2.3)

  • (CVE-2021-29477) An integer overflow bug in Redis version 6.0 or newer could be exploited using the STRALGO LCS command to corrupt the heap and potentially result in remote code execution. The integer overflow bug exists in all versions of Redis starting with 6.0. (Redis 6.2.3)

Redis 6.0.x:

  • (CVE-2022-24834) A specially crafted Lua script executing in Redis can trigger a heap overflow in the cjson and cmsgpack libraries, and result in heap corruption and potentially remote code execution. The problem exists in all versions of Redis with Lua scripting support, starting from 2.6, and affects only authenticated and authorized users. (Redis 6.0.20)

  • (CVE-2023-28856) Authenticated users can use the HINCRBYFLOAT command to create an invalid hash field that will crash Redis on access. (Redis 6.0.19)

  • (CVE-2023-25155) Specially crafted SRANDMEMBER, ZRANDMEMBER, and HRANDFIELD commands can trigger an integer overflow, resulting in a runtime assertion and termination of the Redis server process. (Redis 6.0.18)

  • (CVE-2022-36021) String matching commands (like SCAN or KEYS) with a specially crafted pattern to trigger a denial-of-service attack on Redis, causing it to hang and consume 100% CPU time. (Redis 6.0.18)

  • (CVE-2022-35977) Integer overflow in the Redis SETRANGE and SORT/SORT_RO commands can drive Redis to OOM panic. (Redis 6.0.17)