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Sports apparel merchant Under Armour has become the latest victim of a massive digital theft of sensitive information about tens of millions of customers.
The Baltimore company disclosed Thursday that an intruder grabbed the email addresses and login information during a February break-in affecting about 150 million users of its food and nutrition website, MyFitnessPal.
According to Armour, it is requiring all MyFitnessPal users to change their passwords for any other account on which you used the same or similar information used for your MyFitnessPal account.
You can change your password by logging into full site at http://www.myfitnesspal.com. Mobile app users should log in using the same username and password they use in the app
Some other important to note that review your accounts for suspicious activity. Be cautious of any unsolicited communications that ask for your personal data or refer you to a web page asking for personal data.
One more thing is avoid clicking on links or downloading attachments from suspicious emails. The company is notifying MyFitnessPal users to provide information on how they can protect their data.
And they continue to monitor for suspicious activity and to coordinate with law enforcement authorities. The company is making enhancement to their system to detect and prevent unauthorized access to user information.
The hacker didn’t obtain any payment information, Social Security numbers or driver’s license numbers. This all just happen to raise the threat of identity theft.