Another Fitness App Exposes Users' Data

June 4, 2018 Mayuri Kumar

For at least the third time in recent months, a mobile fitness app maker apparently has exposed consumers' sensitive personal information.

In the latest incident, independent researcher Oliver Hough discovered that Ontario, Canada-based fitness company PumpUp was exposing sensitive consumer health data and private messages between users via an unsecured backend server hosted on Amazon's cloud infrastructure.

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