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end-of-life windows 2003 security

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Our organization is running our website on windows 2003 and preparing to migrate to Linux with a new website. Until then (could be another 6 - 10 months) and in this era of no Microsoft support for windows 2003, what security measures can we take to prevent security breaches and malware infections. Needless to say, the higher-ups are reluctant to invest money in a "lame duck" server.
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