$305.16 0.00 (0.00%)
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Previous Close $305.16
Market Cap 132.65B
PE Ratio 204.81
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 305.16 - 305.16
52-Week Range 231.23 - 385.99
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Disney said Disney Plus account passwords being sold in underground hacking forums are coming from previous breaches at other companies, predating last week's start of its streaming service. The company reiterated Wednesday that it found no evidence of a security breach and that account problems are limited to "a very small percentage of users" of Disney Plus. Disney and other traditional media companies are trying to capture the subscription revenue now going to Netflix and other streaming giants. Helped by promotions, including a free year for some Verizon customers, Disney Plus attracted 10 million subscribers on its first day. The service costs $7 a month or $70 a year. The news site ZDNet found stolen account user names and passwords selling for $3 on underground hacking forums. Despite warnings by security experts, users often reuse passwords at different services, meaning a breach at one opens the door for a hacker to gain access to the others. Users can easily avoid this by using strong passwords that are unique for each service, said Troy Hunt, an Australian security researcher whose "Have I Been Pwned?" website alerts people when their identity information is stolen. But Hunt said Disney should implement better security measures. "The Disney situation appears to be yet another credential stuffing attack where hackers exploit a combination of customers reusing passwords and the service provider not providing sufficient defenses to stop it," Hunt said in an email. Paul Rohmeyer, a professor at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J., said he's surprised that streaming services haven't yet implemented better security such as multifactor authentication. With multifactor authentication, users must enter a code sent as a text...
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