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ASP 3.0... end of life?

Posted on 2016-11-10
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I have stumbled upon and application running ASP 3.0.  I  thought that fossil disappears over 11+ years ago.

Does anyone know the end of life on ASP 3.0?

Thanks.
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Last I read ASP's end of date will be in 2022, which I believe is ten years after windows 10 came out. However, since the ASP language is just a COM object and would be easy to include. My guess it isn't going anywhere soon.
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ASP 3.0 is at end of life in 2022?  I am not talking about ASP.net.    Sorry, just need to insure I have this correct.  It is such a dinosaur (and so am I)
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looks like i was mistaken, it's 2025 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2669020 :)
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.cgi is still supported.. asp stopped being developed from iis 4. It is the second most used filetype around  1,110,000,000 results vs php  4,730,000,000 there still are  430,000,000 for cgi.. aspx has only  1,730,000,000 at least those are the results from google search filetype:asp

It is only a dll these days
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