DAMN Already! Hackers Have Reportedly Stolen Thousands Of Disney+ Passwords
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Disney+ has already been hacked.
Shortly after it was released, hackers allegedly obtained account information from many of its new subscribers and made them available for purchase on forums. The prices were ranging from $3-$11 with the original price being $7 a month.
The hackers were able to log some subscribers out, changing their usernames and passwords and locking them completely out of their accounts. Disney+ has yet to input their two-step authentication. Some people took to Twitter to address the situation.
@disneyplus HUGE security issue- all Disney accounts are linked together so they have the same password. This means a hack on one is a hack on all. Spending the morning on the phone with Disney Vacation Club. Got access back to DVC and https://t.co/v9x89JdYtW but not Disney+ :(
— Alicia (@juliothegato) November 17, 2019
Not even been half of a week and my dad’s Disney+ account has ALREADY been hacked.
— Jesse (@CommandrBlitzer) November 15, 2019
DISNEY+ HAS BEEN OPEN FOR LIKE 10 HOURS AND MY ACCOUNT HAS ALREADY BEEN HACKED pic.twitter.com/YBv6CfwTlh
— brandon ʕ·ᴥ·ʔ (@brandoncult) November 12, 2019
The streaming service was released on November 12th and had gained 10 million customers.