China’s top security agency is accused of directing a wave of cyberattacks against Australia

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  • Australian companies have been the target of a fresh wave of China-originated cyberattacks this year as part of a “constant, significant effort” to plunder corporate assets and intellectual property, according to a report released Tuesday.
  • Beijing has rejected the claims that China’s top security agency planned and directed a surge in cyber attacks on Australian companies.
  • The report alleges the coordinated attacks also broke a personal agreement struck between China’s Premier Li Keqiang and the former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull that both countries would put a stop to the theft of each other’s

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