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    EMET end-of-life announcement

    Microsoft has announced that July 31, 2018 is the end-of-life date for EMET (Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit). See Moving Beyond EMET for more information.
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    It's an extension notice with a revised date, EMET was due to go EOL late January 2017:

    Updated Support End Date for EMET 5.5x

    Finally, we have listened to customers’ feedback regarding the January 27, 2017 end of life date for EMET and we are pleased to announce that the end of life date is being extended 18 months. The new end of life date is July 31, 2018. There are no plans to offer support or security patching for EMET after July 31, 2018. For improved security, our recommendation is for customers to migrate to Windows 10.

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    Dear beloved of Microsoft, we are gathered together --oh, never mind! There's nobody here, including me...
    "Take care of thy backups and thy restores shall take care of thee." Ben Franklin revisited.
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    For improved security, our recommendation is for customers to migrate to Windows 10.
    Another blazing neon sign for W7/8 users.

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