Hackers can access a Peloton user's bike camera, microphone and screen, security company McAfee reports. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters hide caption
In a new report, security company McAfee says hackers can gain remote access to a Peloton bike's camera and microphone and can monitor users. The attackers can also add apps disguised as Netflix and Spotify to encourage users to input login credentials for later malicious use.
McAfee originally notified Peloton of the security issue in March. Peloton's head of global information security, Adrian Stone, said: "We pushed a mandatory update in early June."
This is just the latest headache for Peloton users. Just last month, Peloton recalled some of its treadmills following reports of over 70 injuries and the death of a 6-year-old child. Around the same time, the company issued an update after another security company revealed that hackers can snoop on Peloton users and find out their age, gender, location and even workout stats.