Lenovo website apparently hacked by Lizard Squad because of Superfish incident

By Shawn Knight
Feb 26, 2015
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  1. Things took a turn from bad to worse from Lenovo this week. After the embarrassment that was Superfish last week, the Chinese computer maker's website recently fell victim to hackers.

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  2. Alpha Gamer

    Alpha Gamer TS Guru Posts: 330   +93

  3. madboyv1

    madboyv1 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,333   +267

    Wow, that's pretty big, but PC gamers in general are so used to mating like cards together that this probably will not change things all too much. However, a better way of delegating work to the "graphics system" is always good, about time DirectX?
  4. loading

    loading TS Enthusiast Posts: 66   +13

  5. cliffordcooley

    cliffordcooley TS Guardian Fighter Posts: 8,558   +2,900

    At least you made the topic more interesting.
    Kibaruk likes this.
  6. Scshadow

    Scshadow TS Guru Posts: 469   +97

    Bullshit. I mean absolute bullshit. Do the Techspot writers and editors even know what the word bricked means? A brick is a device that has been rendered unusable by an corrupted update that prevents a device booting into anything. If you can boot into BIOS you can't possibly classify it as a brick. Just because some stupid email has a consumer claiming their computer is "bricked" doesn't mean that it is. OS corrupted? maybe. They can do a reinstall. Bricked? Not a chance in hell.
    cliffordcooley likes this.
  7. captaincranky

    captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 11,703   +1,886

    I thought "the Lizard Squad", had been locked up". Is this "lizard Squad 2.0"?

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