The end-of-life for XP which has been announced for a number of years now, means that computers running XP will be very attackable in the near future.
Microsoft will end support for Windows XP next week, on April 8, 2014.
Over three quarters (77 per cent) of UK organizations will have Windows XP running somewhere in their IT estate after the April 8th end of support deadline, according to AppSense.
The European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) at Europol warns about security risks related to the end of Windows XP support.
Trend Micro researchers have uncovered a new malware family targeting Word and Excel files: the Crigent worm (a.k.a.