If you thought your life would resemble most Disney TV shows and movies the minute you signed up for their new streaming service, hackers have shown up to remind you that apparently it's not possible.

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Just minutes after Disney's new streaming service, Disney+, signed on last week, thousands of customers' private information was hacked according to the BBC.

Disney+ users complained of being signed out of their accounts and then found their password and email addresses for the service had been changed.

ZDNet:

Many of these accounts are now being offered for free on hacking forums, or available for sale for prices varying from $3 to $11.

If you are a Disney+ subscriber, the best way to avoid a potential hack would be to change your password and to be sure to not use the same password consistent with other online sign-ins.

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