When a filename wider than a certain number of characters, including spaces, is displayed in the attachment window of the email message view, then "..." at the right side is used to indicate that the file name is actually longer. This is a very small indicator. Please advise a-priority junk rule authors that I will never consider a file with more than two spaces in a row ending in a dangerous extention to be anything ever than junk, and I believe all but the worm-curious agree with this position. Also, please consider a more prominent indicator than "..." when the truncated filename containes consecutive whitespace. Reproduction of worms is ill-advised. You may however mail yourself an ordinary text file named "diagram.gif .exe" to understand the importance of this problem.
Dup of bug to put the elipsis in the middle, not end.
Agreed, but I still wish we would enhance our a-priori junk rules to clobber a worm now and then. If the users don't like it, they can explicitly un-junk them.
I can find no such bug asking elipses to be placed in the middle of cropped filenames, and therefore, until such a duplicate is found, I am blocking bug 74697 with just that suggestion. I continue to suggest that another bug needs to be filed establishing some a-priori junk rules to blast such unfreindly attachments with the recyccle-these-bits icon.
related to Bug 254913
Duping to the RFE for ellipsis mid-name. See bug 74697 comment 20 for why this really isn't a critical or security issue, at least not with the current file handling.