HBGary has been lifting some heavy iron, testing a variety of large memory configurations over the last few weeks. The latest version of HBGary Responder now sets the milestone: 64 gigabytes physical memory analysis - a sizeable snapshot indeed. This makes Responder a server-class product. This is an important step forward for HBGary, as the Digital DNA and malware analysis capabilities can now be applied against critical servers in the Enterprise. Large memory footprints can be found on server class machines running Windows Vista, 2003, and 2008. Ensuring servers remain free of rootkits and malware is crucial for regulatory compliance. A case in point, Visa recently announced that PCI compliance was being revoked for both RBS WorldPay and Heartland, due to malware intrusions and subsequent breach of security. Early detection of an intrusion can prevent data theft, as malware typically infects a system and remains there for quite some time. A recent data-breach study by Verizon (spanning over 4 years and 500 intrusions) reports that over 70% of victim companies had been compromised for over a year before the intrusion was detected. FISMA, PCI-DSS, and HIPPA all mandate various forms of intrusion detection to help limit the scope of damage caused by an intrusion. Sound defense in depth strategy advocates that Enterprises monitor server memory for zero-day malware and rootkits.