Lenovo releases Superfish removal patch to angry customers

Lenovo has released a Superfish removal tool for customers.

| Feb 21, 2015 at 1:41 pm CST

Lenovo has released a new Superfish adware removal tool for customers, which will allow them to verify the software application and certificate are removed. The company recommends running the automatic removal tool executable so Superfish is completely removed - but also provided manual instructions to the public.

Lenovo releases Superfish removal patch to angry customers | TweakTown.com

The tool is available here.

Just a few days ago, Lenovo confirmed it disabled the adware program after public complaints. "We apologize for causing these concerns among our users - we are learning from this experience and will use it to improve what we do and how we do it in the future," the company said in a public statement.

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