said someone had abused data from one of his fitness tracking apps in late February, affecting about 150 million users on his MyFitnessPal platform.
User data such as z As emails, usernames and passwords were disclosed, but state-issued identifiers such as social security and driver license numbers, as well as credit card information, were not compromised, the sportswear company said. Under Armor claimed to have contracted data security companies and law enforcement agencies to investigate the extent of the breach.
Under Armor urged users of the MyFitnessPal app to track workouts and nutrition plans, immediately change their passwords, and become aware of the breach through email and in-app messaging
The company's investigation has No evidence was found that unauthorized persons used the provided usernames or passwords to access the MyFitnessPal accounts, said a person familiar with the matter.
Under Armor bought MyFitnessPal in 201
The proposed company would help the company better sell sweat-wicking clothing and sneakers to customers who had gathered information about their training habits.
Until now, Under Armor's networked fitness platform had no significant impact on sales and contributed only 1.8% to sales of $ 5 billion in 2017. MyFitnessPal Founder
left Under Armor in January.
Under Armor stocks closed at $ 16.35 but fell as much as 2.5% in the aftermarket on Thursday.
The company recently announced a violation, including the consumer credit reporting agency Equifax, whose injury has affected more than 145 million consumers last summer. Last spring,
said it would pay $ 18.5 million to solve a prosecutor investigation into a 2013 hack affecting more than 40 million customers.
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