BALTIMORE - Under Armour announced its MyFitnessPal app has been breached and nearly 150 million users’ data may have been compromised.
The Baltimore-based company said its team became aware of the situation on Sunday which they said happened back in late February.
Under Armour said its investigation indicates that the affected information includes usernames, email addresses and hashed passwords.
According to Under Armour, social security numbers, driver’s license numbers and payment card data were not compromised.
The company said it has begun the process of notifying users through email and the app to make recommendations to help protect their information. MyFitnessPal will be requiring all users to change their passwords and urges them to do so immediately.
Under Armour said it was working with law enforcement and data security firms to investigate the breach.