SNMP Dictionary Attack attacks a set of IP addresses with SNMP queries to attempt to determine the SNMP community strings using a dictionary of community strings. You can use one of the dictionaries provided by SolarWinds, or import your own. You can also mutate a dictionary. For more information, see Edit Dictionaries.
- Click File > New Database.
- Select a path and enter a name for your new database, and then click Save.
- To add IP addresses manually, complete the following task.
- Click Edit > Add IP Addresses.
- Enter the IP address and click Add for each device you want to add.
- Click OK.
- To import a list of IP addresses, complete the following procedure.
- Click File > Import IP Addresses, and then select the file enter you want to import.
- Browse to the file you want to import, and then click Open.
- Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the import process.
- Click Edit > Dictionary.
- Select the dictionary to use during the attack, and then click OK.
You can also edit, mutate, or create new dictionaries using the SolarWinds Dictionary Editor. See Edit Dictionaries.
- Click Run > Start SNMP Attack.