Under Armour Breach Compromises 150-Million Accounts

If you have one particular fitness app, your info may be on the dark web.

Under Armour is the latest in a growing list of corporations victimized by hackers. The maker of athletic performance apparel revealed 150-million user accounts of its MyFitnessPal nutrition tracker were breached in February. The company says it became aware Sunday that an unauthorized party had acquired user account data.

The company says government-issued data such as Social Security numbers and driver's licenses are not collected from users and are not affected. Payment card information is also unaffected because it's done separately. Usernames, e-mail addresses and hashed passwords are affected.

MyFitnessPal is Under Armour's food and nutrition application and website. Users will be required to change passwords.Source: The Verge

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