This week, several tech companies have reported that just hours after its roll out last Tuesday, the streaming service Disney+ has had thousands of its' customer accounts hacked. The accounts are reportedly being posted on hacker forums for free and, in some cases, are being sold for $3-11. The cost of a Disney+ subscription is $7 per month. It's unclear how hackers gained access to the accounts, but according to news site ZDNet, it appears "in some cases hackers gained access to accounts by using email and password combos leaked at other sites, while in other cases the Disney+ credentials might have been obtained from users infected with keylogging or info-stealing malware."
Disney accounts are already being hacked and sold online report says