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Anthony Galloway is foreign affairs and national security correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.

China ‘found faulty locks and propped open the doors’ in Microsoft attack: ASD

China ‘found faulty locks and propped open the doors’ in Microsoft attack: ASD

The head of Australia’s cyber spy agency says China crossed a line when it allowed criminal groups into Microsoft Exchange servers.

  • by Anthony Galloway

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Laws to protect critical infrastructure are attack on workers: ACTU
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Laws to protect critical infrastructure are attack on workers: ACTU

Australia’s biggest unions have joined with business groups to oppose the government’s new laws overhauling management of critical infrastructure.

  • by Anthony Galloway
Five Eyes warn about hacking dangers in wake of China cyber attacks

Five Eyes warn about hacking dangers in wake of China cyber attacks

Australia’s premier cyber security agency has joined forces with its “Five Eyes” partners for the first time to issue an unprecedented warning about hacking vulnerabilities.

  • by Anthony Galloway
AFP moved on global An0m operation because legal authority was about to run out
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AFP moved on global An0m operation because legal authority was about to run out

The Australian Federal Police was forced to raid hundreds of properties throughout the country earlier than it would have liked under the global An0m operation because it was up against legal time limits.

  • by Anthony Galloway
‘Wrong morally’: Official photo of Ben Roberts-Smith was altered to hide Crusader’s cross
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‘Wrong morally’: Official photo of Ben Roberts-Smith was altered to hide Crusader’s cross

Former special forces soldier Ben Roberts-Smith displayed a Crusader’s cross on his uniform while on duty in Afghanistan. Many Muslims find the symbol offensive.

  • by Anthony Galloway
Telstra’s Pacific adventure: a radical pivot or a deal too good to refuse?

Telstra’s Pacific adventure: a radical pivot or a deal too good to refuse?

Telstra’s offer for a telecom operator in the South Pacific has caught the attention of political and national security figures, not just its investors.

  • by Zoe Samios, Supratim Adhikari and Anthony Galloway
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‘Can’t imagine that’: Japanese ambassador’s warning on Darwin port’s Chinese ownership

‘Can’t imagine that’: Japanese ambassador’s warning on Darwin port’s Chinese ownership

Shingo Yamagami also praised the federal government’s handling of its difficult relationship with China.

  • by Anthony Galloway
Tehan downplays risk of US ‘carbon border tax’ hitting Australian exports

Tehan downplays risk of US ‘carbon border tax’ hitting Australian exports

Australia’s Trade Minister says a US plan to impose a carbon border tax would first require an emissions trading scheme, so is not an issue “for the foreseeable future”.

  • by Matthew Knott and Anthony Galloway
More explanation needed on Australia’s naming and shaming of cyber attackers
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More explanation needed on Australia’s naming and shaming of cyber attackers

The average Australian should be confused about Australia’s policy in calling out countries behind malicious cyber attacks.

  • by Anthony Galloway
‘Illicit gain’: Australia accuses China of criminal cyber attacks

‘Illicit gain’: Australia accuses China of criminal cyber attacks

Australia and other countries - including the United States and all NATO members - have accused China’s Ministry of State Security of carrying out cyber attacks itself as well as paying for criminal large-scale hacks.

  • by Anthony Galloway
Government and Telstra make $2 billion offer for Pacific telco assets
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Government and Telstra make $2 billion offer for Pacific telco assets

The federal government and Telstra have made an offer to buy telecommunications assets in the Pacific owned by billionaire Denis O’Brien.

  • by Zoe Samios and Anthony Galloway