SANS Tool Makes It Easy To Detect SNMP on Nets
SNMPing is a simple Windows-based tool that can quickly scan all systems in a network to find those running SNMP. The tool searches on port 161, the default for SNMP, but it can be configured to look at any port. To get SNMPing email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In less than 2 minutes, SNMPing scanned our entire class C lab network for rogue SNMP, and we were surprised by the results: SNMP was detected and enabled on a network printer, a wireless access point and a test NetWare server.
We found the tool much easier to use and more accurate than traditional port scanning tools, which usually know only if port 161 is open.
The results window in SNMPing shows systems that both have SNMP enabled and those on which it has been disabled. All results of a network scan can also be saved to a text file.
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