NEW YORK – On March 29, 2018, athletic wear company Under Armour® has announced that an unauthorized party gained access to the data tied to its free smartphone app, MyFitnessPal. The data breach, which took place late February 2018, affected approximately 150 million user accounts.
Account data which is related to the breach includes users:
- Email addresses
- Hashed passwords
The company is urging its users to update and change passwords for any other account on which the same or similar information used, review other accounts for suspicious activity and to be cautious of any unsolicited communications and suspicious emails requesting information.
This breach has been added to the list of data breaches to date including nearly 7 million documented breaches.
About The Author: John Colascione is CEO of Long Island Media Inc., an Internet ad agency and publisher of the largest group of Long Island New York based websites and one print newspaper collectively reaching over one million people per month. He specializes in Website Monetization, authored a ‘how to’ book called ‘‘Mastering Your Website’, and is a key player in several Internet related businesses through his holding company Searchen Networks®