(NBC NEWS) — Thousands of Disney+ accounts have reportedly been stolen by hackers and put up for sale on the dark web.
Just hours after the service was launched, hackers hijacked accounts and were either offering them for free or selling them for as much as $11.
Disney tells CNBC the company takes the privacy and security of users’ data very seriously, and there’s no indication of a security breach.
But reports say it’s likely some users may have the same email and password for multiple sites, including Disney+, and that info could have been stolen during previous breaches at other companies.
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