Introduction "Any sufficiently advanced cyberattack is indistinguishable from magic", unknown Whether it be in movies or in mainstream media, hackers are often romanticized: they are depicted as black magic wizards, nasty criminals, or, in the worst cases, as thieves with a hood and a crowbar. In reality, the spectrum of the profile of the attackers is extremely large, from the bored teenager exploring the internet to sovereign State's armies as well as the unhappy former employee. As we will see, cyberattacks are not that hard. Knowledge is simply unevenly distributed and jealously kept secret by the existing actors. The principal

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