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  1. DISNEY PLUS is only available in a small number of regions worldwide, leading to huge numbers of fans streaming or downloading the shows exclusive to the streaming service – like Star Wars spin-off, The Mandalorian – storming up the charts on torrent sites. But security experts have cautioned against watching these shows using streaming sites, third-party add-ons to the Kodi media player, so-called Kodi Boxes, as well as torrents Disney launched its feverishly-anticipated streaming service, Disney Plus – stylised as Disney+ in the marketing, this month in the United States, Canada and Netherlands. The Netflix rival ships with a truck load of content from the House of Mouse, including its animated classics like The Lion King, 101 Dalmatians, and Lilo & Stitch, as well as television shows like That’s So Raven, Even Stevens, Lizzie McGuire, and Hannah Montana. Not only that, but it also has movies and series inherited from the recent acquisitions from Disney, including every entry in the Star Wars series, the animated X-Men series from 2002, as well as all 665 episodes of The Simpsons. Documentaries from National Geographic like Free Solo also make the cut on the service, which costs $6.99 a month. However, it’s the original content created specifically for the Disney+ service that seems to be causing the biggest stir amongst fans. There is a documentary-style comedy-drama series based around the High School Musical films that launched the careers of Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens called High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. Disney has also created a live-action remake of The Lady and the Tramp, and the Star Wars live-action spinoff series The Mandalorian, which is directed by Jon Favreau‎ who also helmed the box office-busting The Lion King earlier this year. And its the original series that seems to be pushing Disney fans in countries where the Netflix-esque streaming service has yet to launch who are turning to illegal methods to make sure they’re up-to-date with the latest episodes, which are being rolled-out weekly to the $6.99 a month service. Torrent-focused blog TorrentFreak reports that “hundreds of thousands” of downloads and streams of Disney+ shows – in particular, The Mandalorian – have been recorded on torrent repositories and nefarious streaming sites. While The Mandalorian is not quite yet on the scale of Game Of Thrones, it notes that “the potential is certainly there.” HBO’s hugely-popular Game Of Thrones made history as the most pirated show in history. During its earlier seasons, the vast scale of the piracy was likely due to the fact that audiences outside of the United States had to wait weeks or months for broadcasters to put the latest season on the air. For the final few seasons, Sky TV broadcast the latest episode at the same time as it aired on HBO in the States. The fact that Disney+ isn’t launching in the UK until March 2020 serves as an incentive to break the law for some fans, TorrentFreak notes. That said, there are perfectly legal way to get access to the North America-only streaming service for the time being. After all, torrents and streams can put you at risk. Head of UK Cyber and Privacy at multinational accounting firm KPMG, Martin Tyley, talked about the risks thousands of Star Wars and Disney fans are taking when they rush to watch the latest shows using streaming sites, third-party add-ons to the Kodi media player, so-called Kodi Boxes, as well as torrents. Tyley told, “Those who have illegally downloaded material in the past will continue to do so, as a release date alone is rarely their motivating factor. However, for example, parents may feel pressured by their children to provide them with the latest shows, and this is where cyber-criminals look to exploit them. “The use of illegal streaming services, potentially offering access to all of these channels for a small monthly fee, opens people up to significant vulnerabilities. Hackers may be able to harvest credit card information or install malware on the device. “Once a hacker has access to an individual’s personal data, it is then processed, listened to, and may compromise any or all activity on that device as well as any other connected devices. Unfortunately, the user often has no real knowledge of how unsecure their device can be and can subsequently also expose their immediate friends, family or contacts with whom the owner is exchanging data with.” It’s worth noting this threat isn’t merely academic either. Hackers and cyber-criminals have used the popularity of shows to target a vast number of users looking for a particular show, or movie. For example, ahead of the start of Game Of Thrones season 7 on July 16, 2017, ransomware was introduced on The Pirate Bay designed to capitalise on the influx of users looking to download Game Of Thrones episodes for free. When users clicked on the page to download the torrent file, a malicious pop-under advertisement quietly redirected users behind their back and infected the machine with Cerber ransomware. Security firm Malwarebytes discovered the threat, which leveraged a number of vulnerable browser plugins to silently download the malicious payload to a system. Malwarebytes security researcher Jerome Segura said: "Popular torrent site The Pirate Bay was serving ransomware via a malvertising attack this weekend. "The ad network changes but the modus operandi remains the same.” And it’s not only downloads that run the risk of infecting your computer. Streaming sites are ideal locations for so-called watering hole attacks, where an incentive – like the ability to watch an episode of The Mandalorian for free, for example – lures unsuspecting visitors, Siege CEO Syversen has cautioned. Hackers use the increased volume of traffic to attack a high number of users and gain access to personal information on their computers. “They use that as bait,” he told Consumer Reports “It’s the internet equivalent of going to the bad part of town and buying a movie that fell off the back of a truck.” Aside from the dangers to your own internet-connected device, there are also wider implications for the industry. Those who enjoy The Mandalorian and want to see more from the hit fantasy drama series should not stream or download episodes for free, since this will hardly push Disney to commission more episodes.
  2. Several independent movie studios, including the makers of "The Hitman's Bodyguard" and "London Has Fallen," have suffered a setback in a Hawaii court. A magistrate judge is recommending a denial of their request for a $150,000 default judgment against the foreign operator of an APK site that offered copies of the pirate apps Popcorn Time and Showbox. In April, a group of movie companies filed a lawsuit against the operators of various websites that promoted and distributed the Showbox app. Showbox and similarly named clones are used by millions of people. These apps enable users to stream movies via torrents and direct sources, using a Netflix-style interface. The tools are a thorn in the side of movie companies, including those behind “The Hitman’s Bodyguard,” “London Has Fallen,” and “Hunter Killer.” In a complaint filed at a U.S. District Court in Hawaii, the companies pointed out that Showbox facilitates massive piracy. “The Defendants misleadingly promote the Show Box app as a legitimate means for viewing content to the public, who eagerly install the Show Box app to watch copyright protected content, thereby leading to profit for the Defendants,” the 58-page complaint read. The movie outfits went after several defendants suspected of having ties to one or more piracy-related sites. This includes a Vietnamese man named Nghi Phan Nhat, who allegedly operates the APK download portal ‘’ The site stood accused of offering the ShowBox and Popcorn Time apps, which have since been removed, but the defendant never responded to the allegations in court. This prompted the movie companies to file a motion for a default judgment. In September, they requested $150,000 in statutory damages, as well as thousands of dollars in attorney fees and costs. In addition, they asked for an injunction ordering third party services such as hosting companies and domain registrars to stop doing business with the site. While the defendant remained silent, the Court referred that matter to a magistrate judge for a recommendation. Although default judgments are often easily granted, in this case, Hawaii’s Magistrate Judge Kenneth Mansfield advises denial of the request. In their motion, the filmmakers argued that the Court has personal jurisdiction over the operator of the site. This requires a relationship between the foreign defendant and the US. To establish this, it has to pass the three-part minimum contacts test. The first part of this test is to show that the defendant purposefully directed activities to the United States or purposefully availed himself of the privileges of conducting activities there. According to the movie companies, this is certainly the case, since the site is quite popular in the US and also presented entirely in English. However, that’s not enough to establish personal jurisdiction, according to the Judge. “That the APK Site is in English does not show purposeful direction, as the United States is not the only country with English as an official language. Nor is Plaintiffs’ allegation that the United States is the country with the second most traffic to the APK site evidence of purposeful direction,” Judge Mansfield writes. The filmmakers further argued that the defendant purposefully availed himself to the State of Hawaii by conducting business with US-based companies, domain registrar Namesilo and CDN provider Cloudflare. However, the Magistrate Judge disagrees again. “While Defendant Nhat may have contacts with California and Arizona pursuant to his registration with United States companies, such contacts are not extensive enough to invoke nationwide jurisdiction such that it is reasonable to subject Defendant Nhat to litigation in any United States federal forum,” the Judge writes. The fact that the APK download site references the US DMCA law on its site is not good enough either. According to the Judge that merely means that the site is in compliance with the DMCA, not that the defendant subjects himself to the jurisdiction of US courts. Based on these and other arguments, Judge Mansfield concludes that the Court doesn’t have personal jurisdiction over the alleged site operator. Without even considering the other two elements of the minimum contacts test, he recommends denying the motion for a default judgment. The recommendation is a setback for the movie companies. If the Court adopts it, they will not get their $150,000 damages through a default judgment. Neither will they get an injunction to take the site offline. The filmmakers had more success a few weeks ago when they reached an agreement with the Pakistani operator of ‘,’ who agreed to pay a $150,000 settlement. Whether that will be paid in full is another question. — A copy of Magistrate Judge Kenneth Mansfield’s findings and recommendations is available here (pdf). Source:
  3. We recently learned that Disney is working with Charter to cut down on password sharing. Now Disney is looking to crack down on piracy following the launch of Disney+. TorrentFreak recently spotted a job listing for someone to join Disney’s “piracy intelligence” team. This team works to keep an eye on piracy and put a stop to it. Here is how Disney describes the new job opening: “The Piracy Intelligence team at The Walt Disney Studios is based in Burbank and provides meaningful piracy insights to inform strategies that maximize revenue for the film and TV business and minimize the piracy impact.” In this job the new hire will work on “piracy intelligence initiatives” and “measure movie and TV viewing trends across digital media platforms.” Shortly after Disney+ launched several Disney+ originals ended up on piracy services, so you can see why Disney wants to crack down on it. With Disney moving to focus on selling direct to consumers the need to put a stop to piracy is more important than ever. Disney is already active in the fight against piracy. The Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) is a group that fights piracy and has recently gone after several large piracy operations. Disney is a member and has joined in several attempts to fight piracy. Exactly what Disney plans to do about piracy next is still unknown but getting more information is likely just the first step in fighting piracy. Add in Disney’s efforts to work against password sharing and we may be seeing the initial steps in a new fight against piracy.
  4. Thousands of hacked Disney+ accounts are already for sale on hacking forums Hackers began hijacking accounts hours after Disney+ launched earlier this week. Hackers didn't waste any time and have started hijacking Disney+ user accounts hours after the service launched. Many of these accounts are now being offered for free on hacking forums, or available for sale for prices varying from $3 to $11, a ZDNet investigation has discovered. A STREAM OF USER COMPLAINTS The Disney+ video streaming service launched this week, on November 12. The service, although being available only in the US, Canada, and the Netherlands, has already amassed more than 10 million customers in its first 24 hours. The Disney+ launch was marred by technical issues. Many users reported being unable to stream their favorite movies and shows. But hidden in the flood of complaints about technical issues was a smaller stream of users reporting losing access to their accounts. Many users reported that hackers were accessing their accounts, logging them out of all devices, and then changing the account's email and password, effectively taking over the account and locking the previous owner out. Complaints like the ones above flooded social networks like Twitter and Reddit. DISNEY+ HAS BEEN OPEN FOR LIKE 10 HOURS AND MY ACCOUNT HAS ALREADY BEEN HACKED — brandon ʕ·ᴥ·ʔ (@brandoncult) November 12, 2019 Disney + launch has been absolutely horrible. Their customer service is no help at all and apparently hundreds of accounts were hacked and sold online. My account got hacked & email/password changed, thankfully I cancelled my subscription before the hack. — Harry (@Harry8__) November 15, 2019 #distwitter has anyone’s @ disneyplus account been hacked? My friend’s was; hackers changed email and password. Now she’s completely blocked from her 3-year prepaid Disney+ account. She’s been on hold for >2 hours — cat+dog=happyhome (@Travel4vr) November 12, 2019 Not even been half of a week and my dad’s Disney+ account has ALREADY been hacked. Great security there @ disneyplus @ disney. Unbelievable. #DisneyPlus — Jesse (@CommandrBlitzer) November 15, 2019 Two users who spoke with ZDNet on the condition we do not share their names admitted that they reused passwords. However, other users said online that they did not, and had used passwords unique for their Disney+ accounts. This suggests that in some cases hackers gained access to accounts by using email and password combos leaked at other sites, while in other cases the Disney+ credentials might have been obtained from users infected with keylogging or info-stealing malware. UP FOR SALE! The speed at which hackers have mobilized to monetize Disney+ accounts is astounding. Accounts were put up for sale on hacking forums within hours after the service's launch. As of this article's writing, hacking forums have been flooded with Disney+ accounts, with ads offering access to thousands of account credentials. Prices vary from $3 per account to as much as $11 -- which, by the way, is more than what a legitimate Disney+ account costs from Disney, which is $7. However, in our search for ads on various hacking forums, we also came across several lists of Disney+ account credentials being offered for free, to be shared and used by the hacker community (Disney+ allows account sharing). When we looked into the lists, we found usernames and cleartext credentials. We emailed some users on two lists, and some replied, confirming that the credentials were theirs, and still active. ZDNet also reached out to Disney for comment. We asked the company about the security systems it has in place to protect users from account hijacking. We did not receive a response before this article's publication. One thing Disney+ could do to help users would be to roll out support for multi-factor authentication, a simple solution that would prevent attacks relying on password reuse. What Disney+ is facing right now is what other streaming services have been fighting against for years. Hacking forums have been overflowing with hacked Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Netflix accounts. The reason hackers are still putting up new accounts for sale on a regular basis is because people are buying. The advice for Disney+ account holders is to use unique passwords for their accounts. This won't prevent malware on their devices from stealing their passwords, but it will prevent the most common scenario of hackers gaining access to accounts just by guessing the password.
  5. This week, the Federation Against Copyright Theft confirmed that it had sent cease-and-desist notices to at least two players in the Kodi add-on community. Amid the uncertainty, both took a quick decision to close down. The founder of one of them, KodiUKTV, has been sharing his thoughts with TorrentFreak, reflecting on the past and looking forward to the future. This week, news began to filter through that the shutdown of a pair of Kodi add-on related resources had taken place under serious legal pressure. KodiUKTV and OneNation weren’t specific in their announcements but TorrentFreak was able to confirm that the Federation Against Copyright Theft was behind both actions. Indeed, the anti-piracy group told us that other groups were targeted too but at this stage, we haven’t been able to identify them. What we do know is at the end of October, FACT sent out cease and desist notices titled ‘Unauthorized Distribution of Film, Television and Sport Subject to Copyright’. The letters stated that FACT investigators had established that the platforms were “providing or facilitating access without authorization, to broadcasts or premium pay channels” containing content belonging to Sky, BT Sport, and The Premier League. Demanding an immediate end to “unlawful activity”, the notices added that “all infringing links, listings and information from webpages, social media and any other medium” should be permanently removed. If not, a criminal investigation might get underway. A recipient of one of the cease-and-desist letters, Matt – founder of KodiUKTV – told us that if he’d have received a simple takedown notice at any point in the past, he would’ve been happy to investigate and take action if any add-on breached copyright. Instead, it appears that FACT went for straight for the jugular. Part of the problem for Matt, at least from our discussions, is that he doesn’t believe he was doing anything wrong. His platform didn’t develop or host any add-ons but offered a tool so that Kodi users could download and install them from elsewhere. “Ultimately it was at the risk of the add-on designers and end-users, should such add-ons contain possibly infringing content that we had absolutely no control over,” he explains. Matt says that he contacted FACT within an hour of receiving their cease-and-desist notice with a request for more information. He also gave FACT a commitment that the site will not deal with add-ons or builds in the future. At the time of writing, he is yet to receive a response. As a result and at least for now, his entire site remains down, which Matt feels is both disproportionate and frustrating since much of the content the site offered (guides etc) had nothing to do with any of the companies mentioned by FACT. “We didn’t actually host anything for the add-on guys and we don’t make any add-ons ourselves. We just offered a place for people to put their add-ons to be installed by the end-user, which is very common for many repos,” Matt explains. “This means we were just a hub for the community for help and guides. This was always my key focus for KODIUKTV – creating guides & voicing our opinion on issues within the community to help others. “We do not want to kiss goodbye to the website and the community we have been so involved in over the past five years. We are hoping we can continue the website on a publication standpoint and move forward.” The site was founded by Matt in 2014 after he found himself “tinkering” with XBMC (as Kodi was formerly known) on a Raspberry Pi, installing add-ons, and eventually coming up with a ‘build’ “I’ve always been interested in publications & running a media site. So once the community started to rise we needed a home for our guides and tutorials, our news, and even the odd giveaway over the years,” he explains. “We grew at a rapid rate which gave me and the team a huge learning curve of what it took to manage and maintain a website/project of this size. We became the go-to for people looking for help.” At KodiUKTV’s peak last year, Matt says it was receiving around eight million users per month, a figure that’s dropped a little this year to a still-impressive six million. But with this growth has come problems, not only in respect of FACT and its clients, but with various claims against the site’s social media accounts, and even strikes against Matt’s personal pages that had nothing to do with the project. Now, however, he is hopeful that things can move forward. Matt says he’s just a hobbyist doing what he loves, one that also cares about freedom on the Internet. He has no desire to get into a fight with big media companies and hopes this dispute with FACT can be dealt with quickly while keeping the community intact. Source:
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  10. From site's staff on their Facebook page: Nothing new to report. The V2 update fixed some things (and unfixed some others). The remaining glitches are being worked on and we have been told that V3 is on it's way to fix anything left over. The torrent errors 503 and "could not parse bencoded data" will still pop up in your client at intervals. This is because the site prioritises site pages rather than announces at busy times (to avoid crashing the site). The errors should go away at the next announce or when the site traffic dies down. Anyone who has received a slew of h&r messages should just ignore them. The messages were generated when the system rebooted and there will be no penalties given as a result. I am still available for password resets (outside work and sleep hours). Please remember to include your username and original emalil with your requests. Please send these via private message....account information should not be left in comments under this or any other post. Have a great Sunday folks!
  11. Happy 5th Birthday, MoreThanTV!!! So five years have gone by... To start, I want to thank everyone that has helped us come this far, including past and current staffers, FLS, and all of you, the awesome members of our community. Here are some staff updates, some fluff, some news, and some fun for y'all this week. Most importantly is the promotions of our long-suffering, loyal and hardworking Staff and FLS. Zaireeka has been promoted to the Director position because of his excessive dedication to MTV, and his deep willingness to do the heavy work and leading the FLS. Pokeseeder, eXcommunicado, and Sunn, who have been promoted to Managers, each with new areas of responsibility and a focus to taking our beloved community forward in their own ways. Oh, and an open welcome to all of all the current FLS which have joined in the past year, TiTAN, Glari, Prism16, and ameneon. The fact that we have survived this long is an inspiration for us all. Nevertheless, our survival depends on our strong and wonderful community, and everywhere I look, I see satisfied users that participate and inspire us to do far more than survive, but also thrive. I'm so glad that I can call myself a part of this wonderful community. I'm so proud of this community We have plans to grow further in regards to development, specifically a complete backend overhaul. We can't make any promises, but more plans are being developed, including a potential infrastructure revamp and a massive upgrade of our servers to increase stability. We might also have more scripts written to control certain aspects of the tracker without needing full authorization from upper management, preventing future hiccups like the one that happened last month. To our supporters, it's always motivating to read that people enjoy using our site. MTV is run by a bunch of buddies that aren't immune to bad motivation, so you guys are a breath of fresh air. Now the part you've been waiting for! We have a few contests for our birthday week, with prizes including Seedboxes, invites, VIP, and custom titles. A note about the seedboxes, they have been sponsored by UltraSeedbox. A massive thanks to the amazing Enon from USB, for providing them to us! UltraSeedbox is a wonderful provider of seedboxes with fast support and many options available for different types of users. Happy Birthday, and enjoy the permanent free leech, MTV! //Staff
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