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Re: snmp
From: "R. DuFresne" <dufresne () sysinfo com>
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2004 22:05:06 -0400 (EDT)


<amased look>

Let's see, there have been about 7-10 replies to this thread, all helpful,
some repetative, and perhaps only tow that noted from the original;

The reason that I want to do It my self is that I
don't believe in the way that is just going to him and
tell him..." its written in the internet that we must
change public community to something else.


cautioning the poster against doing any of what others have suggested
without one of them "in writting" CYA statements of blessing that you
"have the right to proceed", folks must be sped-reddin these cause it's
friday, and sped typoing replies, cause I know folks certainly are not
pushing someone with less experience into doing something dumb...


We'd all look out for one another much more then might be percieved
here...right?

Thanks,

Ron DuFresne



On Fri, 24 Sep 2004, Max wrote:

Run a Nessus scan or use a tool such as SNscan from Foundstone or snmpwalk


M () x



Juan B wrote:
HI,

I am responsible of the security in my company.

One of the sysadmins told me that they use in one of
the networks Snmp and that the community is public.

I want to pen test this issue meaning that I want to
find ways to retrieve from the devices info, and show
the IT manager that he must change the community.

The reason that I want to do It my self is that I
don't believe in the way that is just going to him and
tell him..." its written in the internet that we must
change public community to something else.

So how or from where do I start ?

Thanks
 

juan

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Security Engineer
Tel: +972-52-4306781
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