In the field of cybersecurity, it is becoming increasingly clear that augmented reality is not mutilated against the increasing data breaches caused by growing data waves.
On Friday, furniture retailer Houzz, an early user of ARKit, revealed details of a data breach. This happened in December 2018.
During the investigation of the breach, Houzz learned that profile information, internal identifiers with "no identifiable meaning for persons outside of Houzz, "internal account information and publicly available account information expired
Information under attack includes users' names and locations, current and past user IDs, Facebook IDs, IP addresses, and single-sided encrypted passwords. However, the amount of information displayed to each user depends on whether the user has posted their profile information or logged in via Facebook.