Under Armour, the famous sports gear makers, exposed in Thursday’s data breach of its fitness application was attacked, and it influenced about 150 million users’ accounts. The Baltimore, Maryland-based company declared that it had communicated with law enforcement agencies and outside experts after knowing about the breach.
Under Armour stated that it had known about the breach on March 25 and its MyFitnessPal application, which allows the users to track record and calorie consumption employing a smartphone. It also stated an unlawful party acquired usernames, email addresses, and “hashed” passwords of the customers, which mark it tough for a cybercriminal to discover. However, the affected company revealed that the attack did not influence social security records, drivers’ licenses or even the credit card data.
“The company’s investigation is ongoing, but indicates that approximately 150 million user accounts were affected by this issue,” a statement said.
The company users were being informed to update their settings via quick email and messaging so that they may protect their accounts’ information. The threat is the newest influencing companies with great user bases likely Yahoo, retailer Target and credit news reporting agency Equifax.