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Malware attack delays January payment deadlines for property, tag taxes

A malware attack has disrupted the Cullman County Revenue Commissioner’s Office’s ability to collect property taxes and renew tags online. The attack, which affected a portion of the office’s website, is being investigated by information technology specialists. Until services are restored, a one-week grace period for all payments will be observed and payments can be made in person at the county courthouse.

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