Parents are still looking for answers weeks after hackers stole the personal information of thousands of users from the tech coding camp for kids, iD Tech. Some parents are worried that the data breach may have affected their children's information.
iD Tech, which teaches kids tech and coding in-person and online, has not yet acknowledged the breach or told parents about it.
In February, news of the data breach spread after a hacker said on a cybercrime forum that he had broken into iD Tech on January 3.
The hacker said he had stolen close to 1 million user records, including names, birth dates, plaintext passwords, and about 415,000 unique email addresses. When iD Tech was contacted by email, they did not dispute this claim. That could mean that one or more kids from each parent's account are taking classes at the tech camp.
Kids tech camp iD Tech still silent weeks after data breach | TechCrunch