U.S. sports attire builder Under Armour pronounced a personal dataÂ of about 150 million users of a food and nourishment app and website MyFitnessPalÂ was accessed by an “unauthorized” celebration in late February.
The association pronounced it beganÂ beenÂ notifying users of a crack 4 days after itÂ first became wakeful of a incidentÂ on Sunday.
The Baltimore-based retailerÂ saidÂ it wasÂ working with authorities and information confidence firms to support in a ongoingÂ investigation.
“The review indicates that a influenced information enclosed usernames, email addresses, and hashed passwords,” a association pronounced in a matter on Thursday.
“The influenced information did not embody government-issued identifiers (such as amicable securityÂ numbers and driver’s permit numbers), that a association does not collect from users.”
It also pronounced that customer’s paymentÂ data was not affected, since it collected and processed that information separately.
The association urged users of a module to change their passwords immediately and endorsed other confidence stairs that users could take to strengthen their information.
Shares of Under Armour fell 3 per cent in extended trade on a New York Stock Exchange.