Data Breach Report

Under Armour

Data breach affected approximately 150 million MyFitnessPal accounts What to Do Next

On March 25, 2018, Under Armour became aware that during the month February of this year an unauthorized party acquired data associated with MyFitnessPal user accounts

A post on the MyFitnessPal site shares the details known so far and offers some guidance for affected users. It explains that Under Armour is notifying all MyFitnessPal users to provide information about how to protect their data, requiring all users to change their passwords, working with law enforcement to investigate and continuing to monitor for suspicious activity, and exploring enhancements to help detect and prevent similar unauthorized access in the future.

The details about how Under Armour was breached are not available yet. The information that Under Armour knows was accessed:

  • Usernames
  • Email Addresses
  • Hashed Passwords

The good news for those affected is that the only data that was exposed or potentially compromised was usernames, email addresses, and encrypted passwords. More sensitive—and potentially more harmful—data like Social Security numbers or driver’s license numbers are not collected by MyFitnessPal, and the bank and credit card details are collected and processed separately.

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