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Your pricey Peloton has another problem for you to sweat over

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After recalling treadmills last month following reports of injuries and the death of a 6-year-old child, Peloton and its users have something new to worry about.

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.

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