WARNING: Be on the lookout for spoofed (fake) Authentisign final document emails that may include links to a bad URL.

Use the following tips to help you and your clients identify REAL Authentisign Final Document emails. 

  • If an Authentisign final document email  doesn’t seem legitimate, or you were not expecting this email do not open the links provided. Contact the sender immediately if you have any doubts
  • Be aware of the “from” email address: Authentisign emails will always come from secure@authentisign.com
  • Be aware of the “from” domain (Should always be @authentisign.com); some scams use a domain with very similar spelling. Also check for spelling/grammar mistakes.
  • All links should point to https://app.authentisign.com. You can check this by hovering your mouse over the link to see where it leads.
  • Authentisign will never ask you for any personal information; DO NOT provide your login information or passwords.
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Google Says Real Estate Industry Was Most Targeted by Malware in Q1 2017

A recent analysis of Gmail customers by Google found that the real estate industry received more spam with malicious links or attachments than any other business sector in the first quarter of 2017.

Additionally, the report found that real estate businesses receive 10 times more spam with malicious links or attachment than organizations in healthcare and sciences. Google says it wants to expose email attack trends to highlight notable differences between industries so that security pros can tailor defenses to these threats.

If you receive an email that seems strange, remember the old saying, “when in doubt, throw it out!”

View the entire Google Q1 2017 analysis here.

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