Philippe Biondi is a research engineer at EADS Innovation Works. He works in the IT security lab, and is the creator of many programs like Scapy or ShellForge. Philippe authored chapter 6 of Security Power Tools, in which Scapy takes a good place, and also chapter 11.
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