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Financial institutions using Windows XP or Windows 7 to run their ATMs should skip ahead to Windows 10 to avoid another end-of-support deadline, the ATM Industry Association said in a new position paper.

The announcement comes as financial institutions across the United States migrate their ATMs off Windows XP after Microsoft ended support for the operating system on April 8, 2014. That meant no more help for bugs that could leave ATMs vulnerable to hackers. Microsoft did say it will continue to supply its Malicious Software Removal Tool until July 14 of this year.

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