Millions of gmail users are at risk of becoming victims in one of the largest phishing scams EVER.
The attack targeted over one billion gmail users. Victims hand over access to their entire email history and all of their contacts. The extremely sophisticated hack arrives in the form of a very legitimate-looking email from one of your trusted contacts, telling you to look at an attached Google Doc.
Any personal data or information you've ever sent or been sent in an email becomes available to these hackers.
They could then generate password resets for other accounts of yours-- bank accounts, Amazon, social media, etc.
SO do NOT open any Google Docs this week unless you're 110% sure you know exactly what it is, and who it's from!