Alert: Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP on April 8th, 2014. Click here for more information.
The Microsoft Windows XP operating system software officially reaches end-of-life on April 8, 2014. This means that Microsoft will stop issuing security updates for Windows XP at that time. The future vulnerabilities found by fraudsters will not be fixed, leaving computers that are still running this software vulnerable to multiple forms of attack. This puts any sensitive information or activities stored or performed on these computers at significant risk. For example, if you still use a Windows XP computer for internet banking after April, the odds of having your internet banking account compromised increase greatly.
If you still have computers that are running Microsoft Windows XP, please consider upgrading or replacing them by April 8, 2014. Microsoft has newer versions of Windows, such as Windows 7 and Windows 8, available now. Both of which are fully supported, and will be for years to come. Protect yourself, your accounts, and your sensitive information, by keeping your computers up-to-date. INSBANK encourages all users of Windows XP to consult with a computer professional for upgrade options as soon as possible. It's time to phase out any systems running Windows XP.
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