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hey there.. I've a suselinux distro in the lab at work.. the security team was warning me about the "public" community string issue that my machine is screaming to the ...
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    snmp "public" community string


    hey there..

    I've a suselinux distro in the lab at work..


    the security team was warning me about the "public" community string issue that my machine is screaming to the web..

    I'm don't know what service is sending this community string..

    any help?

    cheers.

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    I don't know the specific SUSE daemon name, but try looking in /etc/init.d/ for *snmp* services. For example, on my Fedora box, the SNMP daemon is at /etc/init.d/snmpd, so knowing that, I could:

    Disable auto-start at boot time with chkconfig, e.g.:

    Code:
    chkconfig snmpd off
    Manually shut it down with:
    Code:
    /etc/init.d/snmpd stop

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