I’m trying to figure out how to report a Roku user that is hacking my Netflix, sling and Hulu accounts. My sling account is showing multiple Roku devices and I do not own any. I have device id numbers and a possible serial number of 1GS3A9103228.
You can take security measures of setting your router to exclusively
send to your MAC number for your Roku.
The original poster says he has NO Roku units, but that some of his streaming accounts show Roku units registered to them.
I'd guess that somebody with knowledge of the OP's account credentials was able to get the Rokus registered -- maybe someone the OP has shared account information with, or someone who's hacked the OP's system. I'd guess that changing passwords on those accounts should prevent unauthorized access and remove the possibility of somebody charging things to those account, but would probably leave the device registrations in place.
Logging into those accounts via browser may provide capability of de-registering devices, but if not it will probably require contacting account management directly.
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Thank you for your replies. And I Do NOT own any Roku devices. I have only shared my passwords for streaming accounts/apps with my husband and he is not very tech savvy. I actually had to log him in myself. I have contacted many of the streaming services directly, changed all the passwords and chosen the selection with those accounts to “log out of all devices.” Still the devices I do not own are showing up and are showing activity. The streaming service companies themselves tell me there is no permanent way to block these users/hackers. I definitely don’t have anyone else accessing my WiFi (at least directly in my local area) as I have multiple levels of encryption and passwords on my router. I also have no near neighbors for close to a mile. I was hoping someone could suggest a way to get Roku to maybe deactivate a Roku device since it is being used to hack, I.e. fraudulently access my accounts.