CyberBattleSim vs. Packet Tracer

Overview
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CyberBattleSim
Score 9.0 out of 10
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CyberBattleSim, released by Microsoft 365 Defender Research, is an open source attack toolkit that enables network simulation for researches to observe how their networks fare against attack from adversaries.N/A
Packet Tracer
Score 10.0 out of 10
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Packet Tracer is a network modeling and simulation tool allowing the user to build model networks, useful for when the available hardware is expensive. Packet Tracer can be used in training courses and education, or for modeling various scenarios.N/A
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PRTG
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User Testimonials
CyberBattleSimPacket Tracer
Likelihood to Recommend
Microsoft
Cyberbattle SIm is actually a simulation application with the implementation of Python Based open AI to implement automated cyber agents and to deploy them on stimulating environments and networks with vulnerabilities and attack vectors to analyze and implement the learnings.
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Cisco
Very suitable for educational purposes or for training new employees on a virtual system. It is also very suitable for making initial designs for networks and presenting them to clients before starting implementation. Unfortunately, it is not suitable for network testing and penetration testing. Also, it is not possible to add Firewall devices from other companies.
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Pros
Microsoft
  • Python Based open AI.
  • Uses reinforcement Algorithms for Training Purpose to Agents.
  • Simulation environment sets different for Attacker and Defender.
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Cisco
  • It contains most of Cisco's products in one place without the need to use a third party
  • You can design and implement a complete network with all settings and export the configuration file
  • Track and monitor connection status and data traffic
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Cons
Microsoft
  • Needs to create various nodes on the network and have to indicate that services are running, it might be good if automated.
  • I think everything is perfect, teaches us a lot.
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Cisco
  • Improve editing tools for writing on the workspace
  • Add tools to help integrate with network analysis programs
  • Add features to enable the program to access the Internet
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Alternatives Considered
Microsoft
As compared to the battles with AttackIQ both applications are stable and stimulate the work given, However, while using the attackIQ the architect can automate the testing process and engineering team and fill the gaps. And it offers robust security through continuous, automated security control validation.
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Cisco
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Return on Investment
Microsoft
  • Nice Implication for learning.
  • Open source application so no Investment is applicable.
  • Helps to understand and analyse the networks security for the device.
  • Trigger alerts in XDr or SIEM systems.
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Cisco
  • Improving group skills through practical applications
  • Solve some problems related to network design
  • The task can be solved at home, you don't have to be in the toffice
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