Love that Certificate they jammed in there.
If you have a Lenovo laptop, chances are you're infected right from the start with Superfish installed by them.
Read the CNET article at http://www.cnet.com/how-to/lenovo-superfish-adware-uninstall-fix/ to learn more. It contains a link to a website (from lastpass) that lets you check your laptop and shows removal instructions if needed.
You're not required, of course, to follow their somewhat unrelated suggestion to install lastpass. But changng website passwords if you had Superfish on your laptop certainly isn't a bad idea. And having an encrypted store for your Internet passwords isn't a bad idea either, especially if you have to do a mass change now and keep forgetting the new passwords (although personally I use Keepass, and won't switch - but then I didn't have a Lenovo laptop).