On 18/04/2008, Emi Yanagi wrote:
> It seems there could be a security hole in snmpCommunityTable. What if a
> user who only has access to read-only community name "public", used it to
> walk through snmpCommunityName, which would also populate the read-write
> community name "private". Then the read-only user gained the read-write
> community access.
>
> How do I prevent this security hole in my implementation?


By restricting access to the snmpCommunityTable.
Don't allow "untrusted" users to view the contents.

Dave

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