It's nice to see that Opera having a small number of security issues patched is worthy of a news article. It used to be the same for Firefox though these days many bug-fix versions are ignored completely or are only tacked on to another news story, unless they're relatively unusual such as 14 holes in one patch etc.
Oh for the good old days of Opera 6 when there had never been a single security hole in Opera. I wonder what happened to the person who coded that first bug?
But I suppose that's what happens when a document viewer goes from being coded by a handful of people in the same room to a web application platform produced by over 500 people around the world, some of whom are clock watchers just like the rest of us. No wonder Opera are opening offices in China... can you imagine what must happen to the programmers who create bugs and shame their employers there?!