It is a challenge to identify who actually holds the valid copy of the holy Quran, or whether one digital copy is tampered or not. In fact, previous literature has shown that most of people were not aware of the distribution of fake copies of Quran online. Majority of them have raised the importance of having a central Islamic body to control and determine the authenticity of the holy Quran. We therefore, propose to develop and evaluate the Quran authentication system. The aims are to provide reliable and intuitive system to assist both the central body and end users to assess the authenticity of the digital Quran applications, before using them. It can be used as a tool/mechanism to improve the digital Quran publishing laws and users' confidence towards digital Quran applications.