Improving Open Source Tooling in the Areas of Digital Forensics, Malware Analysis or Web Security

Research in cyber security and digital forensics heavily depends on reliable open source tooling.
In a thesis covering this topic, a current project out of these areas will be studied and improved.

The theoretical part will include a presentation of the architecture of the tool,
the intended purpose and related research, and missing functionality.

The practical part shall consist of adding or improving the functionality of the chosen tool,
with the goal of contributing to the upstream codebase.

A good starting point can be the corresponding bug tracker of popular projects, such as:

* Volatility
* Qiling
* Mitmproxy
* Plaso
* Radare
* Rizin