Funny how time flies when you're just playing the game and not paying attention to your blog.
I could bother you with the latest and greatest of patch 3.2 which has been available to us for a while now but other than the mount changes I can honestly say I didn't take a closer look yet. For some reason securing logistics to get all my characters mounted up as far as they can go took a little longer than anticipated.
Nonetheless there is a little something I encountered that you might want to take care of before it costs you your valuable wow account.
A recent vulnerability in flash player which is commonly installed on most PCs means that the flash player of certain versions have become somewhat prone to become carriers of key loggers.
I am not going to bother you with details, but since I saw some problems related to it on a corporate level I'd think and go ahead and issue a warning to my 4 readers (although those might just've died in the chairs they are sitting in, remind me to poke them with a stick later):
Go update your flash player at adobe.com or go read more about it by following this link here: Link
Be aware that it will try to install the google toolbar as well so if you don't want that don't forget to uncheck the related checkbox.
Uninstalling flash isn't really an option since it's used by quite a few websites and they will happily tell you that you need a flash plugin when you don't have one.
Normally I leave security in the hands of the individual people but this one has such a high chance of being abused by various crackers (this is not a racial slur, go look it up if you disagree) to break into your wow account that I decided to break my usual stoic silence and give you fair warning.
There's been a few reports here and there for this vulnerability but since this one can actually be abused to drop a keylogger in your system my opinion is that you can never repeat it enough.
It won't make you cracker-proof but at least you eliminate one more risk.
Back with something more wow-like soon... don't worry.