Could Your Disney+ Account be Hacked if You Share a Password?


Disney+ is a new Netflix, it has taken over the streaming industry. If you don’t know about Disney+, it is basically an app that can play many of your favorite shows owned by Disney, including Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, National Geographic, and more.

When Netflix first came out there were many people using it all around the United States. Disney+ was a new streaming service that took over all the other ones due to one fact. Disney+ is owned by Disney, therefore it has all of the movies and shows that have been made by Disney. 

According to Business Insider, Disney+ costs around $7 per month or $70 per year. According to ZD Net, people are reusing passwords which result in the accounts being stolen or hacked and sold not allowing them to log in anymore. Owners of Disney+ need to be careful since they are at risk of easily being scammed or hacked.

According to CNN, if your account is hacked the first thing to do is to contact Disney+ customer support. Also, to prevent your account from being hacked you should use different passwords and make sure they aren’t common. There are also Chrome browser extensions that check to make sure your passwords and accounts are secure. Doing these things can help prevent your account from being hacked.

Disney+ accounts being taken and sold for other people’s benefits is a huge issue with people spending money on Disney+ and then not being able to log in or losing a lot of their personal information. However, if you follow the advice that we mentioned above, your account most likely won’t get hacked. This was a big problem with the Disney+ launch but hopefully, the hacks will end soon.