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Export from SNMP Dictionary Attack

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SNMP Dictionary Attack can export the list of IP addresses into a variety of file formats. When you export from SNMP Dictionary Attack, you can select the information to include in the exported file.

Comma Delimited File This format is suitable for importing into other programs, spreadsheets, or databases. Each field is separated by a comma. Comment lines begin with a pound (#) character. Fields with spaces or special characters are enclosed in quotation marks.
Text File When exporting to a Plain Text File, SNMP Dictionary Attack simply writes the output to a text file without any special formatting. Each field is separated by a tab.
HTML File The HTML export method creates an HTML file in the same format as the SNMP Dictionary Attack table.
MHTML File The MHTML export method creates an MHTML file in the same format as the SNMP Dictionary Attack table.
Excel Spreadsheet This export method creates a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and exports the results to it. Microsoft Excel must be installed on your machine in order for this export method to work.
Direct to Microsoft Excel This export method creates a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, exports the results to it, and then opens the spreadsheet within Excel. Microsoft Excel must be installed on your machine in order for this export method to work.
Adobe PDF File This export method creates an Adobe PDF file containing the results.
Image file This export method creates an image file of the results in the format of your choice.
Publish to the Web Publishes a static HTML page of all DNS Audit results.
 
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