Panda Software has released its list of 2005’s most ‘curious’ malwares. The list includes such viruses as Assiral-A, a copycat of 2000’s LoveLetter virus. Crowt-A delivered CNN headlines, Elitper-D disrupted 90 applications, including Word and Excel and Zar-A and Downloader-ENC exploited charitable impulses after the Indian Ocean tsunami and Hurricane Katrina. Rona-A kept highly organized logs of its malicious activity, including a timestamp of its installation. The list also includes social engineering attacks and viruses that targeted gaming platforms.