Security camera and smart device maker Wyze Labs has confirmed a data breach that left exposed a database containing information on reportedly 2.4 million of its users.
Wyze Co-founder Dongsheng Song confirmed the data breach on December 27 and said the exposed database contained a large amount of personal, product and some medical information.
- Username and email of those who purchased cameras and then connected them to their home.
- Email of any user they ever shared camera access with such as a family member.
- List of all cameras in the home, nicknames for each camera, device model and firmware.
- Wi-Fi SSID, internal subnet layout, last on time for cameras, last login time from app, last logout time from app.
- API Token for access to user account from any iOS or Android device.
- Alexa Tokens for 24,000 users who have connected Alexa devices to their Wyze camera.
- Height, weight, gender, bone density, bone mass, daily protein intake, and other health information for a subset of users.
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