Thousands Report Disney+ Accounts Being Hacked

November 20, 2019
Disney + is facing hacking just days after its release.

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Disney+ seems like it may be the next best thing since Netflix. That is until some subscribers reported having their accounts hacked.

Of the nearly 10 million people who signed up for the streaming service since it's launch on November 12, thousands have reported their accounts have been compromised.

Hackers have allegedly locked out customers by changing their email and passwords. They are reportedly selling the $6.99 subscriptions on the dark web for $3.

Despite the reports, Disney has not yet resolved the issue, according to BBC.

"Disney takes the privacy and security of our users' data very seriously and there is no indication of a security breach on Disney+," a spokesman said.

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