IRS Revises Number of Hacked Accounts To Over 300,000

The agency had initially said in May that hackers used Social Security numbers and other data to gain access to tax returns filed for about 225,000 U.S. households

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Monday revised its estimate of the number of taxpayer accounts hacked in May, and said it was more than twice the number initially reported. According to the agency, hackers gained access to 330,000 accounts and tried to break into another 280,000. The agency had initially said in May that hackers used…

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