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Re: Should nmap cause a DoS on cisco routers?
From: Cor Rosielle <cor () outpost24 com>
Date: Thu, 01 Jul 2010 22:44:27 +0200

All,

Robert lee (A good friend of late Jack Louis, the author of unicornscan)
explained to me that unicornscan does support a function like -iL does
in nmap. Just supply the name of the file with hosts as an argument:
unicornscan filename

It is as easy as that.

Thanks again for explaining, Robert.

Cor

On Thu, 2010-07-01 at 05:41 +0000, cor () outpost24 com wrote:
During my training classes I always tell the -sV switch is dangerous and known to (sometimes) crash the target.  

Usually a better tool to test open udp ports is unicornscan, but that doesn't have a switch like -iL. Since you are 
testing your own devices and you know the community string, you could insider to loop through the list of IP's and 
snmpget a value from the MIB. 

Cor

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