In May 2017, customers of the electronic signature provider were targeted by malware phishing attacks. The company said that hackers breached one of its systems, but they only obtained email addresses and no other personal information.
The hackers apparently used the email addresses to conduct a malicious email campaign in which company-branded messages were sent that prompted recipients to click and download a Microsoft Word document that contained malware.
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