After tons of technical difficulties upon last week’s launch, Disney+ has been involved in a reported mass hacking.
2 days in and my @disneyplus account was already hacked and stolen! And the hack is so stupid simple to perform. SMH. Do yourself a favor and wait until @Disney devs can get their shit together before signing up! (Strong passwords wont help!)
— Jack Steen (@jakcst) November 16, 2019
Several Disney+ user accounts were compromised as early as the day of its launch on November 12th, the BBC reveals. Now, according to ZDNet, many of these accounts are available on the dark web for as low as $3 USD. The report details that hackers are getting Disney+ account credentials from other leaked websites where subscribers reuse old passwords, and employing keylogging and information-stealing malware.
Dang… Disney+ ain’t that serious for y’all to be trying to hack accounts y’all pic.twitter.com/37vS9nOBwS
— 🌬The Abominable Hoeman ☃️ (@Rude_ITP) November 17, 2019
Disney has yet to comment on the hack.