Well, not sure exactly what you are looking for, but I would try this link: http://www.mcafee.com/apps/mcafee-labs/release-notes/datreadme.aspx?region=us
This will give you new detections to Dat and SuperDAT files.
I am not sure of any reputable security company that lists 'All' detections within there signature files. This would open them up to having their processes opened up to the malware writers targeting the very things that the software is designed to protect.
Allowing for some old signatures to be removed from the detection process gives better performance. But informing the outside world that this was done, would lead to malware writers to re-using the now removed detections again. This would lead to never removing a detection and even worse performance, or gutting the protection we users expect.
If your are looking for a specific malware by name, try: http://www.mcafee.com/us/mcafee-labs/threat-intelligence.aspx
Select checkbox for 'Malware Name' and enter the name you are looking for in the Search area.
This could lead to many (1000s) of hits and you may want to narrow the search further.
Each hit should lead to instructions on removal and DAT version inclusion.
Hopefully this helps.
This has been discussed elsewhere here:https://community.mcafee.com/message/243677
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