A new phishing email is going around with an MS Word attachment offering unique Google search tactics. Do not open the email and more importantly do not open the attachment. Even though the Word document has no active content, no VBA macros, embedded Flash objects or PE files which are often elements that could flag an attachment as spam, there are several links in the document that trigger scripts located on third-party web servers. Once the attachment is opened the bad guys will receive information about the software installed on your computer as well as your IP address. This information will be used in the future by the bad guys to deliver more targeted and effective mechanisms for attacks including ransomware and keylogging. Yet another good reason to secure a Cyber Liability policy as well as improve your agents’ cyber awareness.