Chinese computer manufacturer Lenovo has been victim to a website hack, just days after the company was forced to apologize over using the controversial Superfish software on some of its products.
According to The Verge, Lenovo’s website was hacked around 4PM ET. Visitors to the site would then see a “slideshow of disaffected youths, set to the song ‘Breaking Free’ from High School Musical.” The hijack was short-lived, however, and the site was fully back to normal by 5:30. The BBC reports that hacking group Lizard Squad claimed responsibility on Wednesday via their Twitter account.
Lenovo website hacked, Lizard Squad claims responsibility