Some computers sold by  Lenovo, the world’s biggest PC maker, had a major security hole that would let any garden-variety hacker impersonate shopping, banking and other websites and steal users’ credit card numbers and other personal data.
Some computers sold by Lenovo, the world’s biggest PC maker, had a major security hole that would let any garden-variety hacker impersonate shopping, banking and other websites and steal users’ credit card numbers and other personal data. AP
Some computers sold by Lenovo, the world’s biggest PC maker, had a major security hole that would let any garden-variety hacker impersonate shopping, banking and other websites and steal users’ credit card numbers and other personal data. AP

Paul Gilster: Lenovo gaffe is a reminder that PC makers should lose the bloatware

February 28, 2015 08:00 PM