Howdy, I'm Chris Partridge, a Security Engineer. I do cybersecurity things with a focus on effective software security and internet-scale research.

Also, sometimes I write stuff.

Help for Users Impacted by Infected Extensions
If 'User-Agent Switcher', 'Nano Adblocker', or 'Nano Defender' sound familiar to you, I might have some bad news. A malware operator I am investigating has escalated their operations and infected 350k+ users; here's what happened and what to do if you were one of them. Read more

A Believable Attack Using EIP Cards
Turns out it would cost you between $1 and $1.50 in materials to pull off an EIP Card scam, plus procurement and assembly - the rapport you get from doing this is easily more valuable, and could be a viable attack in the real-world. Read more

EIP Cards Made Fraud Easier
Who thought distributing debit cards in unmarked envelopes that predominantly reference a non-.gov domain was a good idea? I almost threw it away, then thought I had my identity stolen, then got so frustrated I wrote this post. Read more

My 2020 Biohacking Stack
I may have asked a bio student to stab me in the hand with a needle I bought on the internet to plant a microchip under my skin. This is the current state of my biohacked life. Read more