March 26, 2020 • 2 min read
Successful home and office networks are mandatory to keep our world moving forward. Network quality and network security are the two most important factors you should be focusing on in your devices. Unfortunately, cybercriminals are targeting home/SOHO gateways and Wi-Fi APs. A compromised device not only ruins the subscriber’s experience but can also have dangerous implications to your end-users, your network, and ultimately your brand.
That’s why we’re very excited to launch CDRouter 12.0, featuring our new CDRouter Security Add-On. Here’s a quick overview of what you’ll find in 12.0.
The Security Add-on is a revolutionary way to improve quality and strengthen your product’s positioning as advanced, robust, and secure. It includes Nmap port scanning, security feature test cases like parental controls, and our unique traffic analysis capability.
CDRouter Security allows you to:
CDRouter Security features a powerful traffic analysis inspection capability that uses Suricata, an open source high performance Intrusion Detection (IDS), Inline Intrusion Prevention (IPS) and network security monitoring (NSM) engine. Suricata is the industry standard in deep packet inspection and pattern matching making it incredibly useful for identifying unusual behavior of a device under test.
Adding CDRouter Security to your test capabilities is a powerful and easy way to ensure robust, secure, and reliable products for your customers. Read our full press release to learn more
Release 12.0 makes updates to our operating system requirements for CDRouter, in preparation for the addition of 802.11ax support coming soon. New users of CDRouter will have systems ready to support this high-demand feature. Existing customers should upgrade their systems now to take advantage of Wi-Fi 6 testing as soon as it’s available!
This builds on our existing support for WPA3 testing and connectivity, making CDRouter a must have for feature and performance testing for Wi-Fi 6 capable devices.
Our support and development teams have included updates to our USP add-on, configuration editor, and more. Read the release notes for the full details.
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