By Ryan KelleherThe hack of Garmin’s fitness tracking devices and fitness app was first reported by The Verge in September, which led to speculation that it was linked to the theft of personal information from the company’s data.
The company said at the time that it had been notified of the hack but that it believed the data was “safe and secure.”
Since then, the hack has become a topic of debate on Twitter, with the hashtag parler hacking trending on Twitter.
The Verge’s article on the hack, which was written by two former Garmin employees, noted that the device could be used to track how much sleep a person gets, and the time of day they’re awake.
The article also said the hack could potentially allow thieves to remotely install malware onto the device, which could then be used in conjunction with other stolen data to take over the device.
“This hack can be used by anyone with access to a compromised device to steal data about your sleep and health,” the article stated.
“This includes tracking your sleep habits and timing of when you wake up.”
The Verge reported that the Garmin Fitbit Charge HR, which is the latest Garmin fitness device, was also targeted in the hack.
The device has a heart rate sensor and other sensors that could be linked to its fitness tracking capabilities.
The hack was first revealed in August, when The Verge published a report from former employees of the company that alleged that hackers gained access to the company through the use of a device called the “Tiny” that was designed to store and store user data.
However, The Verge has since updated its story to note that the tiny was not used by the company to store personal data.
“It’s possible that we didn’t really know what was happening,” former employee and fitness tracker enthusiast, Chris Wooten, told The Verge.
“We were all in the same boat.
We had no idea how this was going to work, what the consequences of what was going on were going to be.
It’s not something that’s going to go away any time soon.”
The hacker was not the first to attempt to access Garmin’s devices.
Last month, The Washington Post reported that an employee at the company had used the Tiny to store the passwords of a number of users on the Fitbit app.
The hackers also reportedly gained access in September to the Garmin Dash, an app that allows users to track workouts, and access to other data on Garmin’s Fitbit devices.
The data is encrypted and can be accessed only by those who have access to it, and anyone who wants to can read it.