La Bastille was a fortress-prison inside Paris, known for holding political dissidents without trial during the period of the French Revolution.
On the 14th of July, 1789, it was stormed and overrun by the people - becoming a turning point in the Revolution, and a date of historical significance.
Today, infiltration would probably take a much different form - Employee Badges, RFID Entry Systems, CCTV and Network penetration.
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