Windows XP Security Issues

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This paper shall discuss the history of the Microsoft Windows XP operating system and the security threats and past attacks that have disabled the technology.
Windows XP Security Issues
In this modern day and age, personal computers and the programs and systems installed upon them are under constant threat of attack. As more of the world’s citizens have gained access to computer technology and communications systems that allow for high speed internet, cyber attacks have grown. As a result, the number of cyber security firms has grown immensely to help consumers and businesses remain safe from attack. At the same time, technology providers work diligently to code their programs and systems in ways that prevent outside entities from...
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