On April 8, Microsoft support of Windows XP was permanently discontinued. More than 200,000 ATMs use the software in the United States alone. Adam Levin spoke with Kayla Tausche from CNBC’s Nightly Business Report about end of Windows XP, and what it means for the thousands of machines that still use the software. Will the risk of cyberattacks increase because banks failed to upgrade their systems? Some institutions have asked for extensions, but that’s not a long term solution. Watch the segment at 10:22 mark: