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International InfoSec & Cybersecurity News Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen Breach Hits 500K Cards www.infosecurity-magazine.com Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen Breach Hits 500K Cards. US chain caught out via POS compromise DNC Incident Was a Phishing Exercise www.darkreading.com False alarm sent Democratic National Committee into high alert this week amid concerns of a new cyberattack. CVE-2018-11776: New Critical Struts Flaw Could Be Worse than Equifax securityboulevard.com A new vulnerability has been uncovered – the kind that could turn out worse than the one that triggered the Equifax breach. . Iranian hackers target 70 universities worldwide to steal research www.zdnet.com Researchers say the campaign is focused on stealing credentials and access to library systems. Google Faces Legal Turmoil After Location Tracking Debacle. threatpost.com Google is under fire from both legal teams and activists after reports emerged that the technology giant tracked customers' movements, even when they opt out. Microsoft disrupted Russian hacking campaign aimed at US midterm elections www.csoonline.com Microsoft brings down the hammer on Russian hacking campaign aimed at US midterm elections. Superdrug denies data breach - computerweekly.com www.computerweekly.com Superdrug has warned online customers it believes may have had personal details exposed, but claims its systems were not compromised, in what could be the first GDPR-related extortion attempt. Vulnerability Affects All OpenSSH Versions Released in the past two decades www.bleepingcomputer.com A vulnerability affects all versions of the OpenSSH client released in the past two decades, ever since the application was released in 1999. Global information security spending to exceed $124 billion in 2019 www.helpnetsecurity.com Worldwide spending on information security products and services will reach more than $114 billion in 2018, an increase of 12.4 percent from last year. T-Mobile Data Breach Hits Over 2 Million Customers www.securityweek.com Millions of T-Mobile customers had their personal details compromised after hackers gained access to some of the telecom company’s systems