Continued reports of the latest phishing attempt that surfaced last week, asking you to view an attached document. Do NOT do so. Instead, if you haven't already deleted it, mark it as phishing.
Below is an example of this email. Note that like similar ones, the TO field is blank. It unfortnately looks like it can be real because it comes from a Brown address, which has probably been compromised. Read more about phishing at http://www.brown.edu/go/phishing.
Date: Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 11:29 PM
Subject: New Project Proposal!
Kindly, review the Project proposal document attached using Google drive and get back to me, your urgent attention is needed.