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. Andy Wong 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. Andy Wong AP

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February 28, 2015 10:08 PM