MINDBODY Co Data Breach Could Impact 113.5M Users

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FitMetrix, a fitness technology and performance tracking company owned by MINDBODY, has suffered a data breach that could impact 113.5 million users. The company, which builds fitness tracking software for gyms and group classes, was acquired by gym and wellness scheduling service MINDBODY earlier this year for $15.3 million.

Bob Diachenko, Hacken’s director of cyber risk research, revealed the breach was caused by several servers that were left without a password. Each record contained a user’s name, gender, email address, phone numbers, profile photos, their primary workout location, emergency contacts and more.

Diachenko added that one of the databases even contained a ransom demand note. “It appears that the attackers are using a script that automates the process

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