Hackers are already wreaking havoc with the new Disney+ streaming service.Usernames ad passwords were found for sale online for as little as $3, according to The Associated Press. An annual Disney+ subscription runs $69.99.After barely a week in operation, there are already 10 million Disney+ subscribers.Disney says it has no evidence it was hacked. A spokesperson told CNBC the company "takes the privacy and security of our users’ data very seriously." ZDNet says its likely hackers gained access to the accounts using usernames and passwords people recycled from other streaming services.Users who've had their Disney+ accounts compromised report they found out when they were locked out of the service.Disney+ offerings include TV shows and movies from the Disney, Star Wars, Marvel, National Geographic and Pixar collections.
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