"The Disney Vault is now open" takes on a new meaning, as thousands of Disney+ fans are hacked without answers. Credentials showed up on the deep/dark web available for sale and some even for free on hacking forums.
Disney didn't implement 2-Factor authentication for the service, which is a pretty crazy misstep.
Consumers reusing passwords still remains to be an issue.
Thousands of Disney customers say they have been hacked after signing up to its online streaming service. Since Disney+ went live, hackers have stolen thousands of customers' accounts and put them up for sale on the dark web, according to a report. People waited on telephone and online chat lines for hours, and many still say that Disney has yet to sort their problems. The company has not replied to a request for comment. Disney's answer to Netflix, Disney+ is an online platform where fans can view its movies, short films and TV shows, including the Marvel and Star Wars franchises. Ten million people signed up in its first week.