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DocuSign meets or exceeds stringent US, EU and global security standards. Our commitment to and significant ongoing investment toward protecting customer data extends to all of DocuSign’s operating environments.
DocuSign has observed a new phishing campaign that appears to be financially motivated, and may also hope to install malware.
The emails have been addressed to "Dear Recipient," and purport to come from "DocuSign Signature and Invoice" using a variety of email addresses with domains appearing to be registered for lawsuits such as @cellucorc4lawsuit[.]com, @accuraaccelertionproblem[.]com, @goodwilllawsuit[.]com and @officedepot-lawsuit[.]com.
The DocuSign CLM/SpringCM technology team will be conducting scheduled maintenance beginning Thursday, October 29 at 20:00 - Midnight CDT (1:00 - 05:00 GMT, Oct 30 2020).
During this time, customers on the UAT instance may experience moments of brief inaccessibility to their account. Additionally, customers on the UAT instance may find reporting and reporting services to be unavailable during the maintenance window.
We apologize for any inconvenience during this time.
[RESOLVED, October 14, 2020 10:00AM CST] - The DocuSign/SpringCM Technology team has resolved the bug impacting customer workflows on the UAT instance. The problem began with the 20.8 Product Release to UAT yesterday evening and was resolved at 09:55AM CST.
We will post a root cause analysis (RCA) of this issue in the coming days once the investigation has been completed.
Again, apologies for the inconvenience. If you continue to see any issues related to this, please reach out to DocuSign CLM Technical Support.