|Summary||AIM/ICQ non-UTF-8 filename crash|
|Fixed In Release||1.5.0|
A remote user could cause Gaim to crash on some systems by sending the Gaim user a file whose filename contains certain invalid characters. It is unknown what combination of systems are affected, but it is suspected that Windows users and systems with older versions of GTK are especially susceptible.
The filename is validated as UTF-8 before Gaim attemps to display it.