Watch out for DocuSign phishing scam

Hackers have stolen the customer email database of DocuSign, a company that allows organizations to electronically sign documents. Phishing emails are being sent that look exactly like the real DocuSign messages. If you get one and click its attached Word file to enable editing, malware may be installed on your computer. If you receive an email with an attachment that looks like it came from DocuSign, be careful. If you have any doubt, pick up the phone and verify before you electronically sign any DocuSign material.

Remember: think before you click.

If you receive one of these emails

Notify the IT Service Desk right away. Do not click on the documents. You will asked to either forward your message to [email protected] or delete it.

For more information on the DocuSign breach, see:

https://krebsonsecurity.com/2017/05/breach-at-docusign-led-to-targeted-email-malware-campaign/

 

 

 

Published May 31, 2017

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