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Lenovo posts Superfish removal instructions, fails to acknowledge severity of problem

After reporting Lenovo was installing adware on user’s computers that contained a worrying security hole yesterday, the company (...)
After reporting Lenovo was installing adware on user’s computers that contained a worrying security hole yesterday, the company has today posted detailed information on how to remove the software. The company has provided a PDF that walks users through uninstalling the Superfish software itself, as well as how to remove the security certificate. The instructions are fairly straightforward and should take users only a few minutes. There are a number of affected machines that were produced between September and December 2014: G Series: G410, G510, G710, G40-70, G50-70, G40-30, G50-30, G40-45, G50-45 U Series: U330P, U430P, U330Touch, U430Touch, U530Touch Y Series: Y430P, Y40-70,… This story continues at The Next Web
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