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SilverCreek finds more bugs in your SNMP implementation compared to other testing methods. With SilverCreek, you'll get a complete report on the quality of your SNMP agent implementation. You can then rank, order, and prioritize bug fixing. Devote more time to bug-fixing rather than bug-finding. Assure a higher quality, on-time, confident product deployment.
“We chose SilverCreek because the quality of the SNMPv3 tests, the test coverage, and the customer support were far superior to all the other products we evaluated. It was also easily extensible to provide proprietary test coverage.The SilverCreek SNMP test tools allowed us to move from a manual testing process to full SNMP test automation.”
Use either a command line interface or graphical user interface for testing. New users begin with the graphical interface; they point and click to run a test and become familiar with SilverCreek, SNMP and test results. All users eventually want to automatically execute the 1000+ tests, recording results, without operator intervention.
SilverCreek supports full automation via the command line interface, as well as integration with other test tools and test harnesses.
Modify SilverCreek's tests or add more tests for your specific implementation. SilverCreek offers a variety of methods for creating your own tests.
For software engineers and experienced testers, SilverCreek provides the test script source code. You can add, update or modify SilverCreek's test scripts according to your precise needs. For testers unfamiliar with scripting languages and a preference for a graphical tool, SilverCreek offers both a Wizard and Script Generator to create tests. Programming skills are not necessary to get the full benefit from the SilverCreek Test Suite.
The powerful Test Suite Manager simplifies test customization, organization and management.
Getting your implementation to conform to the IETF RFCs (standards documents) is one thing, but verifying that the SNMP packet encapsulation is not vulnerable to Denial of Service attacks is equally important. Our vulnerability tests exhaustively test all the ways that SNMP packet encapsulation can be exploited.