At least it wasn't for LifeLock. The Tempe, Ariz. identity theft protection service provider that disclosed late Friday that one of its popular apps did not meet industry security standards — and all information with the app will be deleted.
Todd Davis, chairman and CEO of LifeLock, Inc. blogged Friday that his company's been alerted that certain aspects of the recently-acquired mobile app LifeLock Wallet "may not be fully compliant with payment card industry (PCI) security standards."
LifeLock removed the LifeLock Wallet application from the App Store, Amazon Apps, and Google Play, and when users open the LifeLock Wallet, their information will be deleted in the app, according to Davis.
LifeLock was trading at $10.75 this afternoon. Yesterday, stocks had gone down 17 percent.