|| SNScan is a Windows based SNMP detection utility that can quickly and accurately identify SNMP enabled devices on a network. This utility can effectively indicate devices that are potentially vulnerable to SNMP related security threats, such as those released on February 12, 2002 and the Cisco IPv4 Remote Denial of Service vulnerability from July 17, 2003.
SNScan allows for the scanning of SNMP specific ports (e.g. UDP 161, 193, 391 and 1993) and the use of standard (i.e. "public") as well as user-defined SNMP community names. User-defined community names may be used to more effectively evaluate the presence of SNMP enabled devices in more complex networks.
SNScan is intended for use by system and network administrators as a fast and reliable utility for information gathering. While not indicating whether SNMP enabled devices are vulnerable to specific threats, SNScan can quickly and accurately identify potential areas of exposure to SNMP related