October 12, 2012

Windows XP Operating System is Microsoft owned the Most Vulnerable Security

Microsoft has just launched its latest security report regarding the Windows operating system bikinannya. And, in the report, Windows XP to OS most vulnerable to virus attacks and malware than any other OS.

In the results of the report, there were an average of 9.5 out of Windows XP SP3 1000 workstations infected with malware in the first six months in 2012. The amount is far more than the rate of infection of Vista that Windows 7 is respectively 4.9 and 5.3 of every 1,000 computers.

With the high rate of infection, even one of the world's computer security company, Sophos called Windows XP as a source of headaches for security issues for Microsoft. It is not surprising, seeing statistics from Microsoft, Windows XP infection rate almost double the infection rate of Windows Vista or Windows 7.

With the publication of this report, it is clear that Microsoft is indeed invites its customers to immediately leave the OS Windows XP. Previously, the use of Windows XP also has declined, and is now the world's most popular OS is Windows 7.