Within hours of rolling out their new streaming service last week, thousands of Disney+ user accounts have already been hacked. According to multiple investigations, hackers are locking out owners, changing log-in credentials and, in many cases, selling them for as little as $3 a piece.
When Disney+ first went live, many users experienced an outage. Unfortunately, this is the second time that Disney+ customers have had trouble logging in since the service launched last week.
While Disney+ itself does not appear to have been hacked, Disney+ customers’ credentials were stolen in other security breaches. If you have had issues logging into your Disney+ account, Disney urges members to contact customer support immediately for assistance.
Also, if you suspect your password has been compromised, be sure to change your password, use a different password for each Disney account, and use two-factor authentication.