The threat group APT 29 has apparently returned to action with ESET uncovering three new malware families it is attributing to the cybergang.

Apt 29/The Dukes is best known as being the primary suspect behind the Democratic National Committee breach during the runup to the 2016 U.S. presidential election, but the group had remained quiet for the most part since that attack.

“This left us thinking that the group had stopped its activities,” ESET reported.

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