Phishing Emails have been very prevalent this year.
It was recently identified that the latest version is pretending to be a shared file from Google Docs.
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As published in Wired (https://www.wired.com/2017/05/dont-open-google-doc-unless-youre-positive-legit/):
If you get a Google Doc link in your inbox today, scrutinize it carefully before you click—even if it looks like it comes from someone you trust. A nasty phishing scam that impersonates a Google Docs request has swept the internet today, including a decent chunk of media companies.
If you already clicked this type of link today (or any day), go to the Permissions page of your Google account as quickly as possible and, in this case, revoke access to the service called “Google Docs.” Again, it’s a fake. Then change your password and make sure you have two-factor authentication turned on.
Please see our next article titled "How to Set Up Two-Step Verification for Your Google Account"
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