January 20, 2014
According to NCR, the largest ATM provider in the US, 95% of ATMs use the 12-year-old operating system, posing a security risk for bank customers who do not decide to move to a new one. version. Most ATMs will carry Windows 7 inside, but only 15% of them will run that version of Windows in the US alone for the month of April, according to ATM software company KAL.
Unfortunately, the migration process will begin in the US as usual, but the rest of the world will have to wait for the provider in each country to adopt the move, since it would not be enough to just update the operating system, but change hardware parts, or in failing to change the machine completely. Another solution that some companies would adopt would be the exclusive extension of support by Microsoft.
via The end of Windows XP will affect 95% of ATMs in the world – FayerWayer.
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