Cyberwarfare has become an increasingly serious threat and the subject of more and more political attention. But the rules of digital war — and details on what exactly has been happening — still haven't been nailed down. Vanity Fair took a detailed look at the recent hackings and attacks that have put governments and civilian companies on edge. Outside of the obvious questions, like what exactly the Syrian Electronic Army is and wants, Vanity Fair finds that basic questions of conduct remain: should the US government be allowed to exploit bugs in Windows, and potentially hurt Microsoft's image in doing so? And who should pick up the bill when it comes to US banks falling under attack?