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Indonesian Spies Spy on Aussie using Chinese Surveillance Equipment

Indonesian spies spy on Aussie using Chinese surveillance equipment. According to reliable sources, Jakarta and Beijing are doing an increasing number of shared spying operations against Australia.

News Corp reveals that Australian cell phones were bugged by companies for amid $300 and $1000 directly connected with the Indonesian military. The information seize through the phone taps dispersed to China’s military authorities through Indonesia’s military intelligence agency (BAIS) Badan Inteligen Strategis. Indonesian spies

The phone taps are small element of a besieged spying operation that utilized fixed and portable interception equipment in order to bug Australian corporations, diplomats, as well as the private citizens.

The spying equipments also include vans geared up with the most modern Chinese listening technology. It was said that most of the technologies used in undercover work are equipments based on western designs that China stole and given by China’s 3rd Department of the Peole’s Liberation Army (PLA) to Indonesia. The BAIS is directly correlated to the 3rd Department.

That department is the one accountable for all the signals of China as w ell as the cyber intelligence and the cyber warfare managed by 4th Department.

The spying scandal that has stressed relationships between Jakarta and Canberra has also uncovered the Indonesian spooks substantial spying effort against thousands of Australians who are working in their nation.

According to “Intelligence Online”, an online spy journal that the deal between the agencies was commenced after General Ma Xiaotian, a Chinese air force chief, visited Jakarta to attend the Asia Pacific security and defence fair last March, 2011.

General Ma is a former chief staff who held the responsibility for the 3rd Department.

News Corp publicized that the Indonesia China was very close. The Chinese in particular was paying attention with that relationship to spy on Australia along with other western countries with interests in Indonesia.

The source said that, “There is a clearly coordinated attempt by China and Indonesia to squeeze what they can out of us. The Chinese are interested in bureaucratic banter, business gossip about resource contracts and military activity. There is a long list of issues they are interested in.”

China’s spying is rooted in the old model of Soviet KGB, unlike US and Australia, where saturation methods are employed to accumulate heaps of information with reference to their target.

Warren Reed, former Australian spy, said electronic spying was incredibly knotty to counteract. You have to recognize and understand the problem beforehand.

For the meantime, the online defence journal Jane’s Defence Weekly reported recently that China has presented to construct coastal radars network for Indonesian spies with some of the largely strategically central coastline in the world.

The Chinese system details are unknown, but it is understood as a radar network in sites like Lombok, western Borneo, Sunda Strait, as well as in the southwest coast of Sulawesi.

It is believed that they put it forward during a state visit to Beijing by Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono in March.

China is known to be the Indonesia’s 2nd largest trade partner with joint trade cost at $66 billion matching up to $15 billion in Australia.


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Title: Indonesian Spies Spy on Aussie using Chinese Surveillance Equipment
Reviewed by Alma May on Nov 26
Rating: 5.0
Summary: Reliable sources uncover that Jakarta and Beijing are doing an increasing number of shared spying operations against Australia.
Description: The two countries, have combined spying operation against Australian diplomats, companies, as well as private citizens.