'The Dukes' (aka APT29, Cozy Bear) threat group resurfaces with three new malware families

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APT29 has largely remained in dark since breaching the systems of Democratic National Committee in 2016
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APT29 has largely remained in dark since breaching the systems of Democratic National Committee in 2016

The cyber gang has largely remained in dark since breaching the systems of Democratic National Committee in 2016

Infamous espionage group 'The Dukes' is back in business with new tactics, as security researchers attribute three new malware families to the gang. The Dukes, also known as APT 29 or Cozy Bear, came...

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