MyFitnessPal Reveals Data Breach of 150 Million User Accounts
User names, emails and passwords were breached, but payment data remains secure.
MyFitnessPal, owned by Under Armour, Inc. (NYSE: UA, UAA), notified users via email and in-app messaging that a data breach occurred at the company. According to the email sent to users, on March 25, 2018, MyFitnessPal learned that an unauthorized party acquired data from MyFitnessPal users during the month of February. The data included user names, email addresses and hashed passwords. MyFitnessPal said it is working with ‘leading data security firms’ to assist in the investigation, and they are coordinating their efforts with law enforcement.
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