Mozilla today released a second stable maintenance update for the latest Firefox 72 browser for all supported platforms, including Linux, Mac, and Windows, to address a variety of issues. The previous release of Firefox 72.0.1 was primarily a major security update to address the zero-day vulnerability, and nearly two weeks after the release of this version, Mozilla Firefox 72.0.2 update came back, which is a maintenance version that addresses various issues. For example, for some systems, you encounter a card playing 1080p video.
Firefox 72.0.2 also addresses the Web compatibility issue with CSS Shadow Parts, which is characterized by false death when a login master password is set, and a problem reported by the user when the user tries to open a file contains a space in its path, in addition to the new version that improves stability. Firefox 72.0.2 maintains a stable version of the update that will automatically be upgraded or can be downloaded and installed manually.
The Firefox 72 series was released earlier this month and introduced Picture-on-Picture (PiP) support on GNU/Linux and macOS systems, which by default blocks fingerprint scripts on all supported systems and removes annoying notification request pop-ups and replaces them with bubbles in the address bar.