CounterSpy 2.5 latest update definition is 637
CounterSpy is able to catch more spyware than almost every other utility on the market because the CounterSpy threat database (with the signatures of every spyware and malware utility we can identify) is constantly updated. Our researchers constantly look for ways to improve our spyware searching database so that it catches all spyware that could potentially be on your system. Keyloggers, spyware cookies, remote access trojans (backdoors), and more are all identified.
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Here is a partial list of selected threats in this update. For a full list of the updates, see Spyware Definitions on the Sunbelt site.
This uppdate has many updates, but mostly with names like trojan dropper and password stealer. I did find this one's name interesting: Zenotecnico. Also know as Adware.ZenoSearch, Adware.Zenosearch.B.
Winfixer, SpySheriff, AdwareSpy and the ubiquitous Storm Worm get updated definitions as well.