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Thousands of hacked Disney+ accounts are being sold on dark web

Thousands of hacked Disney+ accounts are being sold on dark web

Hackers are selling thousands of Disney+ accounts on the black market following the streaming service’s error-plagued launch. Hacked accounts have appeared on the dark web for as little as $3 a pop — less than half the $6.99 monthly price of a Disney+ subscription — in the week since the site’s Nov. 12 debut, multiple news reports say.

Tom A
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Petri Fide
Petri Fide 1 year

That was quick

Barry 1 year

99% chance they used the same password they use for everything else. and it was already hacked years ago

Kyle G
Kyle G 1 year

Probably getting what you deserve for forcing Disney on your kids. They haven’t made anything good since Pinocchio.

Mask de Plainview
Mask de Plainview 1 year


Judi Em
Judi Em 1 year

Good job, Disney.

The Kosher Katfish
The Kosher Katfish 1 year

Well, that was quick.

Mat McKenzie
Mat McKenzie 1 year

Well it's believed that customers are using the same login and passwords for multiple sites. Which would mean hackers already had their information to access accounts. Disney claims that they are yet to be hacked and that does seem realistic cause it's way too quick.

Nomad 1 year

Verizon game me a free year since I’m on an unlimited plan. As long as they don’t change my password hackers can feel free to watch from my account.

Deuz 311
Deuz 311 1 year

Hate say I told you so. Reap what you sow.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 1 year

The problem with Disney's IT department is Mickey only has 3 fingers. Coding is a challenge.

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