The menace represented by thenation's many millions of computers running Windows XP – whichMicrosoft will stop patching April 8 – just may be multiplying.

The issue is not the XP fleet inside credit unions. Mostfinancial institutions, said the experts, know Microsoft is ceasingsupport, they know their regulatorswill be monitoring their transition off XP, and they haveplans.

Some plans are better than others, some credit unions may nothave any plan – but, as a rule, financial institutions are tacklingthis problem.

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