The Internet Storm Center (ISC) at the SANS Institute is reporting a wave of phishing using Google Docs as a lure.
Google Docs has been reasonably popular as a repository for sharing malware, but it is increasingly being used for phishing attacks. The attack begins with an email roughly like this one:
We sent you an attachment about your booking using Google Drive
I have sent the attachment for you using Google Drive So Click the Google Drive link below to view the attachment.
Click the link in the e-mail and you are brought to a web page, probably on some bot. The fact that the link will almost certainly not be a Google link is one major clue that the email is illegitimate. Here is a screen grab of that page:
Click on the graphic for any of the services and it will ask for your username and password. There's your phish.