Thousands of hacked Disney+ accounts are already for sale on hacking forums
Disney+ was released on November 12, and has already gained more than 10 million customers despite the service only being available in the US, Canada, and the Netherlands. Just hours after the launch, hackers began offering accounts on hacking forums with prices varying from $3 to $11. Users reported that hackers accessed their accounts and changed passwords, locking the original owner out and then listing the account for sale online. Complaints flooded Reddit and Twitter, as many were infuriated that just hours after they subscribed, their accounts were compromised.
Users admitted to ZDNet that they had reused passwords, but others maintained that they had unique passwords for Disney+ accounts. ZDNet states that this suggests that hackers gained access to accounts by using keylogging malware or info-stealing malware. Hacking forums have been flooded with Disney+ accounts, and many of the forums also sell credentials to other popular streaming services like Netflix and Hulu. The prices range from $3 to $11, and a legitimate Disney+ account costs $7.