Two years ago, Microsoft ended support for their longtime popular Windows XP operating system. Despite having made numerous attempts at getting users to switch over, up to 10.9% of all desktops still run on the OS. The lack of support for XP means that desktops running the dated OS are vulnerable to zero-day attacks, which may never be patched. Read more at Naked Security by Sophos.
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