CCR CTAS Technology Alert: Cybercriminals Impersonating Docusign

by | Oct 31, 2022

CCR Technology Alert
CCR Data Center, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 30, 2022 1900 hrs

This is a CTAS notification alert from CCR Technology Partners. CCR’s Security team has received reports of cybercriminals sending unsuspecting, targeted victims emails that appear to be a legitimate email from DocuSign. When users click links within the email, they are directed to a website impersonating Docusign in attempt to gather data for phishing or download malware onto their PC.

CCR recommends that users do not reply to DocuSign emails that were sent from someone they don’t know. DocuSign also reports that links in legitimate emails will start with https:\\\\ and include docusign.net. Legitimate DocuSign emails will also include a unique 32-character security code that will allow users to directly access documents on https://docusign.com, and that DocuSign will never ask users to open PDF, Office documents, or ZIP files in an email. DocuSign also asks that users submit suspicious DocuSign emails to spam@docusign.com.

The CCR CTAS Notification System was created to keep you informed of possible threats to your corporate network environment.

Call the CCR Helpdesk at (317) 842-1754 or visit www.GoCCR.com if you need further information.


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