According to a ZDNet investigation, hackers commandeered user accounts for Disney Plus’ new streaming service. As a result, hackers locked users out, changed authorization log-ins, and sold the hacked accounts for as little as $3 each.
- Does this happen with other streaming services? If so, what are some of the other services mentioned?
- What does the article say that Disney Plus failed to incorporate in its security?
- Will the incorporation of this security option in question #2 guarantee that hacking will not occur?
- In what countries has Disney Plus launched?
Telford, T. (2019). Thousands of Disney Plus accounts were hacked and sold online for as little as $3. The Washington Post, Nov. 19 (Retrievable online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2019/11/19/thousands-disney-accounts-were-hacked-sold-online-little/)