Tax preparation software provider TaxSlayer detected suspicious activity on its servers about a week after another tax software developer, TaxAct, was attacked by identity thieves.
“We saw the attempt, but they didn’t get through," said TaxSlayer chief marketing officer Steven Binder.
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