Updated on March 29, 2018 at 7:06 pm EDT
The accounts of about 150 million users of the MyFitnessPal nutrition tracking app were breached last month, said Under Armor (UAA) on Thursday, adding its name to the list of Hackers Affected Companies
Hackers have been given access to personal information, including usernames, emails, and encrypted passwords, the sportswear manufacturer said in a press release. The data did not include social security numbers and driver license numbers.
Under Armor investigates the data breach.
The company learned Tuesday that an unauthorized party entered MyFitnessPal user account data at the end of February. Under Armor said it would inform anyone whose information was exposed in cyber-theft.
Tracking app users will be asked to change their passwords, Under Armor said.
Boeing (BA) reported that malware is affected and a "small number" of systems are affected. In a week in which that cripples the city's computer network. Two days ago, online travel website Orbitz could have been compromised.
To start the month, Equifax addeds original 145.5 million that were hit by a data breach last year.
"Ugh, I'm already feed in the Equifax saga," said Janet Terrell, a user of the MyFitnessPal app, when she learned of Under Armor's announcement.
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