I'm used to getting PayPal phishing scams, thats certainly nothing new. However, I've not had one of these in a while - a PayPal infection scam. Unlike your run of the mill Phish, this doesn't include any links to third party servers (other than PayPal themselves), but instead includes an attachment (you know whats coming).
The e-mail itself is pretty straight forward, simply stating;
The attachment is a 324K zip with the name account-1407A4-report.zip (MD5: 713885a1432fc4a822f9473828045952), I've no doubt that the alphanumeric part will be randomized - they usually are. Avira flagged this one as TR/Crypt.XDR.Gen, and running it through VT showed pretty bad results;
... a measly 19/32 have detections for it.