Regardless of the service, there are times when you want to change your password to keep your accounts safe. And while Disney + may not be top-of-mind when changing a password, it's a consideration, especially since hackers stole Disney + user data last year to sell it to viewers in unsupported areas. Indeed, it is a good idea to periodically improve account protection, and now is a good time to do so. Here's how.
How to Change Your Disney + Password
The first step to securing your Disney + account turns your password into something stronger. Disney recommends using a unique password that uses numbers, signs and symbols. Doing so can make it more difficult for hackers to decipher the password and be discouraged enough to go further and find an easier to crack quarry. We recommend choosing a password manager like 1Password for this, as it can create a random, ultra secure password unique to the streaming service and store it securely.
If you have a unique password in mind, follow the steps below to change it:
- Go to www.disneyplus.com/account.//19659008 ة Select Change Password.
- Enter your existing password under Current Password .  Enter your new password in the New Password field.
- Click on the blue button Save .
Warning: If your machine has been hacked by a keylogger, changing your password makes no difference since the virus will get the new reference the next time you enter it. If you suspect this is the case (ie some of your accounts have been hacked), run a virus scanner.
How do you know if your Disney + account has been hacked
Honestly, Disney + is not that good – around a service and lacks all telltale signs (it doesn't keep a log of what you're watching, and it also won't show you where you're logged in), so the only way you can tell if your Disney + has been hacked is you've lost access entirely.
What to do if your Disney + account has been hacked
The first thing you want to do if your Disney + account has been hacked is to contact Disney with the date you signed up for the service registered the last time you accessed, the original email address and the type of payment method (e.g. Visa Debit) on file. They may be able to fix it.
If this fails, we recommend that you contact your bank or credit card company and explain what happened. They may be able to refund the money you paid for the account ($ 7 for a one-month membership, $ 13 for the Disney + bundle, or $ 70 for Disney + full-year access).