Fitness software maker Kinomap leaves database open exposing 42 million users

A database from the fitness software company Kinomap was found exposed on the internet leaving the records of 42 million users open and viewable for at least one month.

The data breach was found on March 16 by the open-database hunting team of Noam Rotem and Ran Locar of vpnMentor’s. Kinomap creates immersive, interactive workout videos for use with various types of fitness machines, including the popular Peloton products, along with coaching and personal trainer videos.

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