Attention: Fake Emails with files in "Google Drive"

Security experts from ThreatTrack warn Google Drive users that cybercriminals are trying to trick them into delivering usernames and passwords.
According to Chris boyd, the emails come with the title "Document" or "Document" and state:

"I tried to send you the documents a while ago. I hope you got them now. See them, I uploaded them using Google doc giving access to your email so you can view them. View documents are important. [Link] ”


The link seems to drive to Google Drive, but it actually leads users to a website that is created to host a website Phishing.

If you come across a message that looks like the description above, check it out very well and avoid clicking on links that are contained. If you are already a victim, it is a good idea to change the Google services password directly.

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