Today's the day — July 13th — Windows XP Service Pack 2 has reached its end of support. After today, Microsoft will no longer publish updates for SP2 and that also includes Microsoft software such as Internet Explorer, Media Player and Outlook Express.
Our telemetry indicates that about 10% to 11.5% of our customer base runs XP Service Pack 2. The numbers drop off during the weekend, due to corporate machines running idle. Windows XP SP3 numbers range from 50% to 54%.
Not bad, just about 10% of our customers are facing end of support issues.
There are still plenty of Service Pack 2 computers out there in the world. While this isn't yet a critical problem, there will eventually be exploitable vulnerabilities that affect these computers. It's going to be an issue sooner or later.