If you received an email on Wednesday saying that someone on your contacts list has shared a Google Doc with you, you may want to think twice before opening it.
According to Buzzfeed, a lot of people have been the targets of a phishing attempt (where hackers try to get you to click on their sketchy links) by an unknown organization.
Apparently, people are getting emails with links to Google Docs that appear to come from people they know. At least some of these emails are addressed to "firstname.lastname@example.org," with the person who received it in the BCC field. The emails subject lines say, "[Person in your contacts] just shared a Google Doc with you," exactly what Google's emails say when someone shares an actual Google Doc.