Lenovo again apologizes for Superfish

Lenovo again apologizes for Superfish

February 25, 2015

Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro 2The decision to incorporate the Superfish software as standard to some of Lenovo’s consumer notebooks not only worsened the experience of its users, but also raised concerns in them about reports of a possible security breach, they acknowledge in the Chinese manufacturer. For this reason, its head of technology, Peter Hortensius, has again apologized.

Hortensius’s intention, he writes, is to make the public aware of the steps Lenovo has taken to fix the problem, as well as to “regain the faith” of consumers. In addition to stopping pre-installing Superfish on their computers at the end of January, and offering an update that completely removes the software and its files from their computers, it has worked with three of its partners, Microsoft, McAfee, and Symantec, to make its products also include updates that protect Lenovo computers from Superfish issues.

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