Mark Jaquith yesterday announced the release of WordPress 3.1.3. It is mainly a security update and addresses a number of issues such as media security fixes, clickjacking protection and the prevention of sniffing out user names of non-authors.
WordPress 3.2 has also been moved to stage 2 of the beta process. A number of admin issues have been corrected and improved. Their plan is to release a release candidate of WordPress 3.2 in a week or so and the stable version at the end of June.
If you have a test area, it’s worth upgrading to beta 2 and upgrading your live websites to 3.1.3.