Computer maker Lenovo has been shipping laptops prepackaged with malware that makes you more vulnerable to hackers — all for the sake of serving you advertisements.
Made by a company called “Superfish,” the software is essentially an Internet browser add-on that injects ads onto websites you visit.
Lenovo lists 43 different models that were affected, including several of its Flex, E-, G-, S-, U-, Y- and Z-series laptops and several Miix and Yoga tablets.
These models include:
- E-Series: E10-30
- Flex-Series: Flex2 14, Flex2 15, Flex2 14D, Flex2 15D, Flex2 Pro, Flex 10
- G-Series: G410, G510, G710, G40-30, G40-45, G40-70, G40-80, G50-50, G50-45, G50-70, G50-80, G50-80Touch
- Edge Series: Edge 15
- Miix-Series: Miix2 – 8, Miix2 – 10, Miix2 – 11, Miix 3 – 1030
- S-Series: S310, S410, S415, S415 Touch, S435, S20-30, S20-30 Touch, S40-70
- U-Series: U330P, U430P, U330 Touch, U430 Touch, U540 Touch
- Y-Series: Y430P, Y40-70, Y40-80, Y50-70, Y70-70
- Yoga-Series: Yoga2-11, Yoga2-13, Yoga2Pro-13, Yoga3 Pro
- Z-Series: Z40-70, Z40-75, Z50-70, Z50-75, Z70-80
check whether your laptop is infected with Superfish, the computer security experts at LastPass developed a tool (LastPass Superfish Checker)
Click the below link to check the malicious signed certificate