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Disney + is Disney's new subscription streaming service launched officially last Tuesday.
Barely a few hours after the launch of the service, hackers hijacked user accounts and offered them for free on hacking forums or sold them at prices ranging from $ 3 to $ 11, according to information site surveys. ZDNet.
According to users, hackers accessed their Disney + accounts, disconnected them from their devices, and then changed the email address and password associated with that account, according to ZDNet.
The BBC also reported finding accounts of pirated customers for sale on the dark Web.
A Disney spokeswoman told CNBC that the company "takes the privacy and security of our users' data very seriously and that there is no indication of a breach of Disney's security".
But ZDNet reported that users who used unique passwords also had compromised accounts.
Disney + is currently available in a few countries, including the United States and Canada. It presents an extensive library of content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm series and movies, as well as new original series produced for the service, such as the "Star Wars" series "The Mandalorian".
This is the latest addition to an increasingly crowded streaming landscape, including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and others.
Read ZDNet's complete investigation of Disney + stolen accounts here.