Windows 7 is still running on tens of millions of machines around the world
Microsoft Corporation announced that it will soon shut down the Windows 7 operating system.
The operating system will terminate its renewal on January 14, 2020.
As of April 17, Windows 7 users will receive a warning message. After the shutdown, the operating system will no longer be safe, as computers with this system will not have protection against current cyber threats.
The termination of support for the operating system Windows XP could pose security threats to the ATMs.
A survey of CNN Money shows that 95% of world's ATMs still use this operating system. As of April 8 Microsoft stops the technical support for it, which means that there will be no security updates and the ATMs could become an easy target for hackers.