It looks like there was a bit of a security problem with my favorite web browser, so they dilligently released a patched version. The security problem is similar to something a lot of folks got very upset about in the Macintosh world(see Daring Fireball), namely that a rogue link could cause your system to execute commands. A writeup on this is available at Bugzilla, though there is probably something a bit more human-readable out there somewhere. I must say that I’m rather disappointed in the text blurb that accompanies the 0.9.2 upgrade on the Mozilla site; it gives no up-front admission of the potentially serious security issue. It smacks of the older attitudes of Microsoft and the still poor attitudes of Apple in the face of quality assurance issues.