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Researcher details a Peloton API bug allowing anyone to access private account information, which was initially not corrected until a journalist contacted Peloton (Zack Whittaker / TechCrunch)

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Researcher details a Peloton API bug allowing anyone to access private account information, which was not initially corrected until a reporter contacted Peloton– But the company will not say if it has evidence of malicious exploitation. – Halfway through my Monday afternoon training session last week …

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