Princesses make terrible passwords – quite possible Disney+ hacks related to this being your password.

If you used the same password for an account that was previously breached as you did for your Disney+ password, a bad actor could gain access. Furthermore, hackers with stolen datasets at their fingertips could easily filter on key terms to find the Disney fans. Just look how many times the 12 Disney princesses showed up in breached datasets, according to haveibeenpwned.com:

Then there are these terms that a dedicated Disney fan might choose in a moment of weakness:

Friends, it’s a whole new world out there. Data breaches happen, with data files swapped and sold in the dark corners of the web. No one knows how far it goes. That’s why good password habits are more important than ever, and you can’t let it go. Picking unique passwords for each account is one of the the bare necessities of online life. It’s OK to admit that you need help, because when it comes to remembering passwords, who among us can snap our fingers and say “remember me.”

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