Jeremy conducts security research with an interest in blockchain and low-level code analysis. Jeremy is interested in software structure and low-level code design, and is also interested in malicious code and behavior analysis at a low level. Jeremy’s main goal is to research on how to make judgments on malicious behaviors and the classification of behaviors. Jeremy has experience winning world-class hacking competitions such as HITCON and SECCON, and has participated as a finalist in the large-scale competition called DEFCON since 2017. Along with Paul and Allen, Jeremy is also a member of Super Guesser, focusing on Reverse Engineering and Low-Level Analysis.