Under Armour Reveals MyFitnessPal Data Breach
The company says the personal details of about 150 million users have been accessed
Under Amour says the personal details of about 150 million MyFitnessPal users have been accessed in a data breach. The US fitness brand, which owns the nutrition and fitness app, said the hack took place in February this year but was not spotted until a month later. We speak to a MyFitnessPal user and ask security researcher Ken Monroe, from Pen Test Partners, what the hackers might want with the data.
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