The latest version of pfSense (2.1.3) is now available. This release follows closely after 2.1.2 and is primarily a security release that addresses a TCP and openssl issue (not Heartbleed, that was corrected in 2.1.2).#FutureandEmergingTechnologies #ServerOperationsandSecurity #OpenSourceSoftware
The upgrade is quick and easy but be aware that it will require a restart of your pfSense box.
You can find the details on the pfSense blog: https://blog.pfsense.org/?p=1272.
If you are new to pfSense, I highly recommend "pfSense: The Definitive Guide" by Chris Buechler (the author of pfSense) and is an excellent guide. It's available on Amazon in paperback and kindle.