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to find snmp read/write community string of a router.


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#1 rakshit

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Posted 21 July 2008 - 12:31 PM

How can i find snmp read/write community string of a router.
Iam not in a router but a remote computer. So how do i go about it


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#2 xof7

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Posted 21 July 2008 - 07:47 PM

There are a multitude of ways of finding a devices read/write snmp string.

Besides the obvious defaults, "public" "private", you can use a packet sniffer on the network to pickup a snmp transaction in real time.

You can also bruteforce or run a dictionary attack on an snmp device.

Oh and the obvious way of looking into the routers config via logging into it or dumping the config.

#3 rakshit

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Posted 22 July 2008 - 02:26 AM

If im bruteforceing a snmp R/W comm string of a router .. what shud be the defined length that i shud brute force. Can u suggest me any good snmp bruteforcer for unix/linux and one for winodws also.. those that can save sessions.. so that i dont have to start from the scratch , from where i left.




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