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February’s Patch Tuesday Winds Down Windows XP Fixes

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Feb
2014

On April 8, Microsoft will end its support for Windows XP, the 13-year-old operating system that still dominates the market in large swaths of Asia and Eastern Europe. Tomorrow (Feb. 11), Patch Tuesday brings a handful of fixes, including two for Windows XP, showing that Microsoft is still worried about miscreants attempting to exploit XP systems. Microsoft will release five fixes for software vulnerabilities for Februarys Patch Tuesday.

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