Compare Ixia BreakingPoint vs. Spirent CyberFlood

Ixia BreakingPoint is ranked 15th in Application Security Testing (AST) with 4 reviews while Spirent CyberFlood is ranked 25th in Application Security Testing (AST) with 1 review. Ixia BreakingPoint is rated 8.4, while Spirent CyberFlood is rated 0. The top reviewer of Ixia BreakingPoint writes "Validates the datasheets for anti-malware, DDoS, and ransomware response with prediction". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Spirent CyberFlood writes "Valuable traffic generator features and has good scalability ". Ixia BreakingPoint is most compared with Spirent CyberFlood, Codenomicon Defensics and OWASP Zap, whereas Spirent CyberFlood is most compared with Ixia BreakingPoint, Ixia BreakingPoint VE and Codenomicon Defensics.
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The solution has many protocols and options, making it very flexible.There is a virtual version of the product which is scaled to 100s of virtual testing blades.We use Ixia BreakingPoint for Layer 7 traffic generation. That's what we like.The DDoS testing module is useful and quick to use.

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The feature I find most valuable is the traffic generator.

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The solution originally was hard to configure; I'm not sure if they've updated this to make it simpler, but if not, it's something that could be streamlined.The production traffic simulations are not realistic enough for some types of DDoS attacks.The quality of the traffic generation could be improved with Ixia BreakingPoint, i.e. to get closer to being accurate in what a real user will do.I would appreciate some preconfigured network neighborhoods, which are predefined settings for testing networks.

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The solution needs more ports, more speed, and more gigabytes.

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or us, the pricing is somewhere around $12,000 a year. I'm unsure as to what new licenses now cost.We have a one year subscription license for $25,000 US Dollars.There is no differentiation in licenses for Breaking Point. For one license, you will get all the features. There is no complexity in that.

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CyberFlood Virtual, Spirent Mu Dynamics Application Security Testing, Mu Dynamics Application Security Testing
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By simulating real-world legitimate traffic, distributed denial of service (DDoS), exploits, malware, and fuzzing, BreakingPoint validates an organization’s security infrastructure, reduces the risk of network degradation by almost 80%, and increases attack readiness by nearly 70%.

Spirent’s revolutionary CyberFlood security and application testing solution is now available as a virtual platform offering you simplified use, by consolidating multiple test functions into a completely virtual test environment.

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