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Utilities and infrastructure face new risks as Microsoft trims cyber support

Tomorrow, Microsoft Corp. will carry out its well-advertised decision to cut back on cybersecurity support for its legacy Windows XP operating system, exposing an undisclosed number of electric utilities, chemical plants, energy facilities and other critical infrastructure in the United States and worldwide to new cybersecurity vulnerabilities, the company warns.

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