Re: XP warnings
I don't know if individuals can and it's very expensive, probably costing thousands of dollars a year for the service.
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i did not know, if we pay microsoft, we can even recieve security
patches for xp.
thanks and God bless you.
On 7/25/17, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:
> No matter what is done, XP is inherently not as secure as later versions of
> Windows because of changes in later versions of Windows to make them more
> secure. But if entities are willing to pay Microsoft, Microsoft will send
> security patches for XP to the entities. But the entities must pay for the
> service. I have no idea if this is being done, but if you spend some money,
> it can be.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: The Gamages
> Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2017 10:59 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [nvda] XP warnings
> To those warning of the vulnerability of the XP operating system, perhaps
> you should direct these at the UK Ministry of defense as the brand new 3.5
> billion pound aircraft carrier has XP as it’s operating system. If the
> warnings are correct, that’s frightening.
> The defense minister says it’s quite safe as the security surrounding the
> operating system is more than adequate and, of course, we all trust
> don’t we?
> Perhaps it’s not connected to the internet?
> Best Regards, Jim.
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