Research and Development

An enhanced version of Solar Eclipse’s SNMP Community string guessing tool.

This is an updated version of Solar Eclipse’s SNMP bruteforcing tool. Onesixtyone is an SNMP scanner that sends multiple SNMP requests to multiple IP addresses, trying different community strings and waiting for replies. This version fixes a number of bugs in other publically available versions of the software, such as allowing for very large dictionary files and reading target IP addresses from a file.

Key features

  • Very fast scanning speed (over 50,000 guesses per second)
  • Scan a single host or thousands of hosts at the same time
  • Tunable scan speed to support both LAN and WAN testing

Bug fixes

  • Very large dictionary files supported
  • Enhanced error messages
  • -w option works correctly to slow down / speed up scans


onesixtyone v0.7 ( )
Based on original onesixtyone by

Usage: onesixtyone [options]
-c file with community names to try
-i file with target hosts
-o output log
-d debug mode, use twice for more information

-w n wait n milliseconds (1/1000 of a second) between sending packets (default 10)
-q quiet mode, do not print log to stdout, use with -l
examples: onesixtyone -c dict.txt public
onesixtyone -c dict.txt -i hosts -o my.log -w 100
Onesixtyone-0.7 Tar
April 26, 2013
14.5 KiB
MD5 hash: 903a8b76d3a6a5054cad3ebc62915e4d
Onesixtyone-0.6 Tar
April 26, 2013
7.8 KiB
MD5 hash: a5e61cd7045a5e7daad23808ead3aefc

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