Windows XP Threats
Hackers are targeting XP
Microsoft has stated that Windows XP will no longer be provided updates. Hackers are looking to exploit this as any vulnerability they find will never be fixed.
Users are more likely to be compromised/hacked using a Windows XP operating system than those using Windows 7 or higher.
Prevent new threats by upgrading today so you can enjoy knowing your information is safe.Upgrade from Windows XP
Online Banking is incredibly dangerous!
Online Banking is a great way to track/update your finances however with Windows XP it is becoming incredibly dangerous. Hackers attempt to gain access to your information as you type in your Card Number/Pin risking your credit and savings.Reduce the threat, upgrade to Windows 7 or 8.1
Banks are recently starting to upgrade their ATM's as 95% of the ATM's are using Windows XP and have recently heard of hackers breaking into the ATM locks and installing viruses/keyloggers to compromise future users bank accounts.
Here are some tips on ATM SafetyWatch ATM Safety Video
Vulnerabilities will not be fixed
As of April 8th Microsoft will no longer be supporting/updating/patching Windows XP. For those using Windows XP this means any new bug/exploit/vulnerabilities found will open users up to attack from hackers.
These bugs/holes hackers use to break into your computer will not be repaired leaving your system more likely to be compromised.
MultiTRENDS recommend all Windows XP users upgrade to Windows 7 or 8.1 to ensure your safe and secure.Learn more about Windows 7 and 8.1