Google warns users: Massive spam campaign targets Google Drive with malicious links.

Fake file sharing notifications trick users into clicking phishing links or installing malware.

Cybercriminals create deceptive Google Drive folders and files to lure victims into granting access.

Red flags: Suspicious senders, unusual filenames, grammar errors, and urgent calls to action.

Google's recommendations: Enable 2FA, review app permissions, keep software updated, use antivirus.

Compromised accounts risk data breaches, financial losses, and reputational damage.

Never click suspicious links, and report phishing attempts to Google's spam reporting system.

Implement cybersecurity awareness training and advanced security solutions for organizations.

If compromised, change passwords, revoke app permissions, enable 2FA, and run antivirus scans.

Exercise caution with third-party apps and extensions, only install from trusted sources.