TinTin++ 1.97.9 and WinTin++ 1.97.9 open files on the basis of an
inbound file-transfer request, before the user has an opportunity to
decline the request, which allows remote attackers to truncate
arbitrary files in the top level of a home directory.
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BUGTRAQ:20080206 Chat vulnerabilities in TinTin++ 1.97.9
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