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    Quote Originally Posted by Conan The Barbarian View Post
    So I’m sitting with my daughter watching the original dumbo when I completely forgot about the sad moment with his mom. Fuckin a that tore me up. My wife came in asking if I was right, I just told her “Fucking Disney, man”.
    for some reason, my good friend's sister played "baby mine" at his wedding (per his request). everyone​ was crying.

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    By any chance, has anyone watched Boogedy yet? Really, really curious to know if it looks good as compared to other options that have been around lately.

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    also, you can upgrade your Hulu to add Disney + for an extra buck a month, and get ESPN+ too if that's your thing.

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    can you go the other direction? If you have D+ can you add Hulu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jinsai View Post
    also, you can upgrade your Hulu to add Disney + for an extra buck a month, and get ESPN+ too if that's your thing.
    I bet I can't do that with the Hulu/Spotify deal at $10 per month...or can I?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jinsai View Post
    also, you can upgrade your Hulu to add Disney + for an extra buck a month, and get ESPN+ too if that's your thing.
    are you fucking kidding me???​ why wasn't that advertised (or e-mailed out by hulu!?). if i had known i wouldn't have to drop so much money for the three-year subscription to disney+ all at once, i never would have done it. god damnit.

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    So my kids watched Aladdin 2&3, Little Mermaid 2, and Lion King 2 twice. Fun time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kodiak33 View Post
    I bet I can't do that with the Hulu/Spotify deal at $10 per month...or can I?
    I think you need to have Hulu with no ads, that's it, which you can upgrade to with the Spotify deal I believe.

    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    are you fucking kidding me???​ why wasn't that advertised (or e-mailed out by hulu!?). if i had known i wouldn't have to drop so much money for the three-year subscription to disney+ all at once, i never would have done it. god damnit.
    I just found out about it before my trial expired. It's still a decent price, but maybe call their help line and they can work it out with you.

    Quote Originally Posted by allegate View Post
    can you go the other direction? If you have D+ can you add Hulu?
    I think so... it's a little confusing but it considers them all a similar login if you go through the right portal. it's really weird that none of it is managed like a normal add-on subscription via Hulu.
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    Off to a great start...

    THOUSANDS OF DISNEY+ CUSTOMERS HAVE HAD THEIR ACCOUNTS HACKED AND PUT UP ON THE DARK WEB
    https://www.nme.com/news/film/thousa...hacked-2569113

    People have also had their account info changed on them.
    Last edited by neorev; 11-18-2019 at 05:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neorev View Post
    Off to a great start...

    THOUSANDS OF DISNEY+ CUSTOMERS HAVE HAD THEIR ACCOUNTS HACKED AND PUT UP ON THE DARK WEB
    https://www.nme.com/news/film/thousa...hacked-2569113

    People have also had their account info changed on them.
    cool. cool. cool cool cool.

    fuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neorev View Post
    Off to a great start...

    THOUSANDS OF DISNEY+ CUSTOMERS HAVE HAD THEIR ACCOUNTS HACKED AND PUT UP ON THE DARK WEB
    https://www.nme.com/news/film/thousa...hacked-2569113

    People have also had their account info changed on them.
    No one has had their account "hacked". Morons who use the same password for every single account and have already had that information breached in the past have - unsurprisingly - had their credentials guessed by simple bots that take pre-existing lists and try them on other services.

    This "hack" didn't happen to you unless you're using passwords that were already stolen from other phishing expeditions.

    edit: just to clarify, the accounts were not compromised due to a lack of security on Disney's part; they were stolen using simple tricks that can ONLY be stopped by using common-sense practices on the user's end. I'm not victim-blaming anyone because it's still the thieves' fault, but the users, not Disney, are the ones who bear the burden of making their accounts accessible to nefarious actors in the first place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theimage13 View Post
    No one has had their account "hacked". Morons who use the same password for every single account and have already had that information breached in the past have - unsurprisingly - had their credentials guessed by simple bots that take pre-existing lists and try them on other services.

    This "hack" didn't happen to you unless you're using passwords that were already stolen from other phishing expeditions.

    edit: just to clarify, the accounts were not compromised due to a lack of security on Disney's part; they were stolen using simple tricks that can ONLY be stopped by using common-sense practices on the user's end. I'm not victim-blaming anyone because it's still the thieves' fault, but the users, not Disney, are the ones who bear the burden of making their accounts accessible to nefarious actors in the first place.
    PS in case anyone doesn't know, the most secure passwords are not some bullshit combo of random letters and symbols, they're three unrelated words in a row. chickenballsurfing for example (you're welcome).

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    PS in case anyone doesn't know, the most secure passwords are not some bullshit combo of random letters and symbols, they're three unrelated words in a row. chickenballsurfing for example (you're welcome).
    Do you have a source? I'd genuinely be interested in reading the explanation. (I'd heard in the past that something like a short phrase was "just as safe" as a totally random letter / number / symbol combo, but didn't get an explanation to why. My understanding has always been that anything with real words is relatively insecure because of "dictionary attacks".)

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    Quote Originally Posted by theimage13 View Post
    Do you have a source? I'd genuinely be interested in reading the explanation. (I'd heard in the past that something like a short phrase was "just as safe" as a totally random letter / number / symbol combo, but didn't get an explanation to why. My understanding has always been that anything with real words is relatively insecure because of "dictionary attacks".)
    i don't remember but i was told about it while taking a networking class. wish i had a linkable source.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    PS in case anyone doesn't know, the most secure passwords are not some bullshit combo of random letters and symbols, they're three unrelated words in a row. chickenballsurfing for example (you're welcome).
    *takes notes*

    Didn't work guys, it's not his password.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theimage13 View Post
    Do you have a source? I'd genuinely be interested in reading the explanation. (I'd heard in the past that something like a short phrase was "just as safe" as a totally random letter / number / symbol combo, but didn't get an explanation to why. My understanding has always been that anything with real words is relatively insecure because of "dictionary attacks".)
    There's an xkcd for that:


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    All right, this got me going down a rabbit hole, and now I'm on howsecureismypassword.net

    According to them, the password "not password" would take 55 years for a computer to crack. Huh. (And before you try it, correcthorsebatterystaple would be guessed "almost instantly", with the comic above cited as evidence).

    Sorry, this is wayyyyyy off topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegate View Post
    There's an xkcd for that:
    THAT WAS MY SOURCE! hahahahah thank you for remembering what i didn't!

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    Milking it for literally everything it's worth...there will now be a Star Wars themed game show hosted by Ahmed Best on Disney+ in 2020.

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    the dude doing it is a huge game show nerd and won an emmy for the Arrested Development skit on the Star Wars Show so I think it's in good hands at this point.

    Also bringing in Ahmed Best after the shit he's gotten is a definite........

    *puts on shades*

    +.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegate View Post
    Also bringing in Ahmed Best after the shit he's gotten is a definite........

    *puts on shades*

    +.
    Delete this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by october_midnight View Post
    Delete this.


    uhYEAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH

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