The Windows XP retirement has become a bit of a nightmare, not in terms of security per se, but how some governments and organizations are using that as a base to go the open source route. Countries like China and South Korea are prime examples. Nevertheless, Microsoft seems ready to go at it again — this time with...

Starting on July 12th, Microsoft will no longer support Vista SP1. Vista SP2, on the other hand, will retain support. As a consequence of Windows Vista SP1 not being supported, it will no longer receive security updates making it a very unstable option for consumers and businesses. Vista itself makes up an...