Stolen Netflix, HBO Passwords Are Being Sold On The Dark Web

posted by Alex Razo - 

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Wish you could catch up on Game Of Thrones or Westworld but don't want to actually shell out the money for an HBO subscription? 

Well we wouldn't necessarily recommend it, but apparently passwords for HBO and other online subscriptions are being sold on the "dark web".

You know, the place where you can allegedly hire hit men and other dastardly deeds. 

According to a study by a web security firm, people are selling stolen passwords for services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and DirecTV, among others, often for as little as nine dollars. 

FYI...a basic Netflix plan will run you about $7.99.....just saying...

Of course, there's no guarantee that the password you get will be to an active account...and if not, good luck trying to get your money back. 

Probably to avoid making contact with some...colorful people...you should just pony up the cash or borrow from a kind friend.

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