MyFitnessPal Hack – 150 million users were affected

Athletic Apparel & Footwear mogul Under Armour announced that their popular fitness app, MyFitnessPal, has suffered from a massive data breach. Investigation has revealed that somewhere close to 150 million accounts have been compromised. The account information exposed includes: usernames, email addresses and hashed passwords. Under Armour revealed that no credit card information or other payment information had been affected by the MyFitnessPal hack.

In regards to the total number of records compromised, SecurityScorecard revealed that this is the largest data breach this year and is in the top five to date.

Under Armour became aware of the breach on March 25th and has since required all users to change their passwords and recommends that they closely monitor their accounts for suspicious behavior.

Proficio Threat Intelligence Recommendations:

  • Adhere to security best practices by limiting password reuse through the implementation of unique passwords for individual accounts

General information on the data breach – Click Here

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