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HBGary Announces Next-Gen Responder Pro

Responder Pro 2.1 detects never rootkits, Trojans, and other malware invisible to antivirus and IOC scanners

SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In a move to significantly close the gap between discovery and mitigation of targeted attacks, HBGary, a part of ManTech International Corporation, today made available a new version of Responder Pro, the industry standard in Windows® memory forensics.

By leveraging Digital DNA&trade 3.0, the latest generation of HBGary's flagship behavioral analysis technology, Responder Pro 2.1 detects never-before-seen rootkits, Trojans, and other malware completely invisible to anti-virus and IOC (indicator of compromise) scanners.

New features and enhancements in Responder Pro 2.1 include:

Support for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 8, as well as Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows 2000.

Support for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows Server 2012, as well as Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Server 2000.

Full Digital DNA analysis of 32-bit and 64-bit processes, drivers, and modules.

Twice as many Digital DNA behavioral traits, making the world's most accurate malware detection engine even better.

Unicode character support for extended and non-Latin alphabets.

Fortune 50 corporations, leading government agencies, and state and local law enforcement are just a few of the organizations using Responder Pro to counter today's relentless cyberattacks.

"With the record increase in targeted attacks in 2013, it's no longer a question of whether your organization will be hit; it's a matter of when. Responder Pro gives investigators of all experience levels the ability to find the latest threats, collect and analyze critical memory artifacts, and generate actionable intelligence to determine whether an incident has occurred -- and, if it has, to dedicate the necessary resources for response," said Frank Blackmore, Product Manager.

Responder 2.1 also includes FDPro&trade, the industry's most complete memory acquisition tool.

About Digital DNA

Digital DNA proactively identifies and analyzes the most advanced malware threats, including those used against global organizations for theft of intellectual property, business intelligence, customer records, and classified information. All software modules residing in physical memory are identified and ranked by threat severity so incident responders, at a glance, can determine quickly how to allocate their resources to mitigate the risk to their business environment.

About Responder Pro

Responder Pro is the de facto industry standard Windows physical memory and automated malware analysis solution. Malware delivery and rootkit behavior not detected by anti-virus can be found easily using Responder Pro. The Responder Pro malware analysis module automatically generates a report that provides a high-level overview of each module's capabilities broken out across six different areas. Responder Pro's deep malware analysis includes automated code disassembly, behavioral profiling, pattern searching, code labeling, and control flow graphing.

About HBGary

HBGary provides Enterprise Incident Response solutions and services to enable organizations to conduct key phases of incident response including detecting zero-days and other unknown malware, validating whether an actual incident has occurred, and responding to the incident. Customers include Fortune 50 corporations and U.S. government agencies. HBGary is located in Sacramento, CA. For information, please visit www.hbgary.com or HBGary's Twitter or Facebook pages.

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