Pidgin, an IM program that lets you log in to multiple chat networks simultaneously, has reached version 2.10.5.
Pidgin 2.10.5 has a handful of changes and fixes, but some of them are quite important, so users are advised to upgrade as fast as possible.
Highlights of Pidgin 2.10.5:
· Support for GNOME 3 proxy settings has been added;
· A crash that may occur when trying to ignore a user who is not in the current chat room has been fixed, although the problem was quite rare;
· A buffer overflow vulnerability when parsing incoming messages containing inline images has been repaired.
A complete list of fixes and changes for Pidgin 2.10.5 are available on the official website
, encompassing the other versions, along with their modifications.
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