Passrd change force ccsernica — Sep 12, 2018 02:09AM PDT
Look. My MFP account is just NOT THAT IMPORTANT. You may think so because it's your baby, but the impact on my life should my account get hacked is next to nil. I keep no personal information on here, you have none of my financial information, and I have no important relationships here that might get disrupted. That's why I chose a password that was easy to type on my phone, but not especially secure, in the first place. I JUST DON'T CARE ABOUT IT THAT MUCH.
How about you let US decide if this is important enough to lock our accounts down with new passwords, and stop forcing it?
1 Community Answers
Bruce MyFitnessPal Agent Sep 12, 2018 10:08AM PDT
When MyFitnessPal disclosed a data breach on March 29, 2018, we recommended that all users with an account on the MyFitnessPal platform immediately change their password on the site, and on any other sites where they may have used the same credentials. At that time we indicated that we would be enforcing a password change in the future.
All the best,