Compare Netsparker vs Sucuri

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comparison of Netsparker vs. Sucuri
based on data from user reviews. Netsparker rates 4.4/5 stars with 28 reviews. Sucuri rates 3.9/5 stars with 29 reviews. Each product's score is calculated by real-time data from verified user reviews.

Pricing

 
Sucuri Firewall
$9.99 - $69.93
Per month - 1 website
 
Sucuri Platform
$199.99 - $499.99
Per year - 1 website
 
Free Trial Unavailable
Free Trial Unavailable
Netsparker
Free Trial Unavailable
Sucuri
Sucuri Firewall
$9.99 - $69.93Per month - 1 website
Sucuri Platform
$199.99 - $499.99Per year - 1 website
Free Trial Unavailable

Ratings

Meets Requirements
Meets Requirements
9.1
8.0
Ease of Use
Ease of Use
9.0
7.7
Ease of Setup
Ease of Setup
8.7
6.4
Ease of Admin
Ease of Admin
8.8
7.1
Quality of Support
Quality of Support
8.7
7.5
Ease of Doing Business With
Ease of Doing Business With
9.4
7.3
Product Direction (% positive)
Product Direction (% positive)
10.0
6.4
Meets Requirements
Netsparker
9.1
Sucuri
8.0
Ease of Use
Netsparker
9.0
Sucuri
7.7
Ease of Setup
Netsparker
8.7
Sucuri
6.4
Ease of Admin
Netsparker
8.8
Sucuri
7.1
Quality of Support
Netsparker
8.7
Sucuri
7.5
Ease of Doing Business With
Netsparker
9.4
Sucuri
7.3
Product Direction (% positive)
Netsparker
10.0
Sucuri
6.4

Features

Administration
Content Delivery
Netsparker
Not enough data available
Sucuri
Not enough data available
Dashboard & Reporting
Netsparker
9.7
Sucuri
Not enough data available
Alerting
Netsparker
9.2
Sucuri
Not enough data available
Risk Analysis
Blacklist and Whitelist
Netsparker
Not enough data available
Sucuri
Not enough data available
Vulnerability Assessment
Netsparker
9.8
Sucuri
Not enough data available
Security Auditing
Netsparker
9.3
Sucuri
Not enough data available
Threat Protection
Firewall
Netsparker
Not enough data available
Sucuri
Not enough data available
DDoS Protection
Netsparker
Not enough data available
Sucuri
Not enough data available
Malware Detection
Netsparker
Not enough data available
Sucuri
Not enough data available
Malware Removal
Netsparker
Not enough data available
Sucuri
Not enough data available

Reviewers' Company Size

Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
32.1%
86.2%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
25.0%
10.3%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
42.9%
3.4%
Netsparker
Small-Business
32.1%
Mid-Market
25.0%
Enterprise
42.9%
Sucuri
Small-Business
86.2%
Mid-Market
10.3%
Enterprise
3.4%

Reviewers' Industry

 
Internet
10.7%
Information Technology and Services
13.8%
 
Information Technology and Services
10.7%
Graphic Design
10.3%
 
Computer Software
10.7%
Writing and Editing
6.9%
 
Telecommunications
7.1%
Marketing and Advertising
6.9%
 
Financial Services
7.1%
Internet
6.9%
 
Other
53.6%
Other
55.2%
Netsparker
Internet
10.7%
Information Technology and Services
10.7%
Computer Software
10.7%
Telecommunications
7.1%
Financial Services
7.1%
Other
53.6%
Sucuri
Information Technology and Services
13.8%
Graphic Design
10.3%
Writing and Editing
6.9%
Marketing and Advertising
6.9%
Internet
6.9%
Other
55.2%

Reviews

Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Paul J.
Administrator

The best thing about Netsparker is that I can include it as part of our Team City build. This enables us to get notified immediately if someone checks in something that is not compliant in a security point of view. We can also retrieve reports for any...

Brent C.
Administrator

We can easily rank these in order: 1.) Customer Service: quick, expert response to any question or issue with your website. 2.) Easy to use customer dashboard to monitor performance of your site, force site scans, update settings for multiple features of...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
User

The gui is not very cool. Besides cpu usage is going high. If the website have firewall.

Administrator

Here is the response from Securi and id like to know if we change the IP / whats involved / what would be affected and if this might be a workable solution while we get the updates and other stuff done in the background just so we go live asap? "The...

 
Netsparker
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Paul J.
Administrator

The best thing about Netsparker is that I can include it as part of our Team City build. This enables us to get notified immediately if someone checks in something that is not compliant in a security point of view. We can also retrieve reports for any...

Most Helpful Critical Review
User

The gui is not very cool. Besides cpu usage is going high. If the website have firewall.

Sucuri
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Brent C.
Administrator

We can easily rank these in order: 1.) Customer Service: quick, expert response to any question or issue with your website. 2.) Easy to use customer dashboard to monitor performance of your site, force site scans, update settings for multiple features of...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Administrator

Here is the response from Securi and id like to know if we change the IP / whats involved / what would be affected and if this might be a workable solution while we get the updates and other stuff done in the background just so we go live asap? "The...

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Videos

 

To eliminate the time wasting and difficult process of manually verifying the scanners findings and ensuring there are no false positives, Netsparker has been designed from the ground up to go beyond what other web application security scanners do; it actively confirms whether the identified web vulnerabilities are real or not. In other words Netsparker simulates an real penetration tester.

Netsparker dynamically executes custom attacks to exploit suspected vulnerabilities in a safe and non-destructive manner. Netsparker is able to conclusively prove that an identified web application vulnerability is real and also generates either a Proof of Exploit or Proof of Concept. If Netsparker is unable to absolutely confirm a vulnerability, the vulnerability is marked as “Possible”. This indicates that it requires manual verification, but, if Netsparker marks a vulnerability as confirmed, you can trust it.

The result: Dead accurate Web Application Security Scans and Reports.

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Netsparker

To eliminate the time wasting and difficult process of manually verifying the scanners findings and ensuring there are no false positives, Netsparker has been designed from the ground up to go beyond what other web application security scanners do; it actively confirms whether the identified web vulnerabilities are real or not. In other words Netsparker simulates an real penetration tester.

Netsparker dynamically executes custom attacks to exploit suspected vulnerabilities in a safe and non-destructive manner. Netsparker is able to conclusively prove that an identified web application vulnerability is real and also generates either a Proof of Exploit or Proof of Concept. If Netsparker is unable to absolutely confirm a vulnerability, the vulnerability is marked as “Possible”. This indicates that it requires manual verification, but, if Netsparker marks a vulnerability as confirmed, you can trust it.

The result: Dead accurate Web Application Security Scans and Reports.

Sucuri
No videos provided

Downloads

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Sucuri
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