Disney+ has only been live for less than a week, you guys.
And, there’s already been SO MANY problems. While the premiere of the streaming service saw error messages for many users, now there’s a much bigger problem that is affecting Disney+.
According to zdnet’s report, numerous Disney+ accounts have been hacked and re-sold on the dark web.
Apparently, hackers have been accessing accounts, logging out of devices, and changing the emails and passwords associated with the users. Then, they are taking the compromised accounts and selling them for between $3 and $11 on the dark web.
Disney has stated that the company “takes the privacy and security of our users’ data very seriously and there is no indication of a security breach on Disney+.”
However, numerous people have flocked to the internet with screenshots to report that their accounts have been hacked. Some of the users affected have reused previous passwords on their Disney+, but others have created unique passwords for the streaming service.
While there isn’t a solution to this quite yet, we know that Disney will do its best to fix the problems at hand. You can keep up with any updates about Disney+ by subscribing to our newsletter!
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