Is xp still updating
Windows XP is now out of the “extended support” phase where Microsoft creates security updates for Windows XP and distributes them to all users via Windows Update.Microsoft won’t release any more security updates to most Windows XP users.Most people still using Windows XP at home are happy with their PCs and don’t want to pay more money, so Microsoft isn’t offering this service to normal users.They’d probably just be upset if a request for 0 popped up.In March 2017, if you are using Firefox with Windows XP or Windows Vista, you will automatically be updated to the Extended Support Release version of Firefox.You will continue to receive important Firefox security updates but no other features or updates. If you want to keep your Firefox up to date, with all the latest features and updates, you'll need to upgrade your computer's operating system.Firefox is one of the only browsers to offer any support for Windows XP and Vista.
Cisco came across one recently in the vulnerability patched by Microsoft in November as MS14-063.
This includes critical government computers, hundreds of thousands of ATMs, and a huge amount of mission-critical computers inside slow-moving businesses.
These governments and businesses may have been asleep at the switch and missed the upgrade deadline, but they’re now scrambling to secure those computers.
In fact, it gets updates even when Microsoft doesn't list it as getting updates.
In November, the marquee vulnerability fixed by Microsoft was So no problem, right? For reasons that Microsoft and we have explained repeatedly, Windows XP is not really securable by modern standards.Firefox version 52 will be the last complete update for Windows XP and Windows Vista.