Peloton’s leaky API let anyone grab rider’s private account data

Zack Whittaker reports:

Halfway through my Monday afternoon workout last week, I got a message from a security researcher with a screenshot of my Peloton account data.

My Peloton profile is set to private and my friend’s list is deliberately zero, so nobody can view my profile, age, city, or workout history. But a bug allowed anyone to pull users’ private account data directly from Peloton’s servers, even with their profile set to private.

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