Well, as I sit here currently scraping my machine to remove Gromozon - first infection of any kind in 8 years. Grrrrr.. - I am not overly impressed by Counterspy's reaction. My daily scan flagged it, but then clicking "Remove" indicated that all was OK. I immediately re-scanned while I looked up all I could on Gromozon and sure enough, it was still there. I have since discovered that it takes more than telling Counterspy to remove it to actually get it removed. Yet Counterspy errantly tells you that it is removed. And when I realized I had to do more, I went to the Counterspy site and it explained very briefly what Gromozon is, its only recommendation is "Remove". That would lead a user again to simply use Counterspy's "Remove" option - but that does not work with Gromozon. Shouldn't there be a little more warning, along with some instructions to at least steer folks to a site that CAN remove it? BTW, updated NOD32 2.7 did not see Gromozon with a full Blackspear setup.