I am a MS CS scholar of Virtual University of Pakistan, I want to participate in GSoC 2016 for LLVM. Data Science, Networks, Information security, digital forensics and ethical hacking are my core areas of interest.
Currently, I am working on a research project on live forensics of GPU and volatile memories like RAMs and Caches.
I am looking forward your guidance to start my contribution for LLVM, thanks in anticipation.
I've listed a few projects related to my security research on the Open Projects page (http://llvm.org/OpenProjects.html). If you'd like, I could probably add some of the more researçh-oriented tasks to the list (the tasks I've added thus far are more infrastructure related). One of the projects that my students are working on is to build an infrastructure for measuring the efficacy of defenses like control-flow integrity and code pointer integrity.
If there's a particular project not listed that you would like to do that is interesting, please send an email to this list; I'm looking for motivated students for GSoC that want to do interesting security-related projects. If you need some more ideas, I'm also happy to provide those.
MachineModulePass seems interesting, learning and impacting to me but I am looking forward any further ideas from you to finalize my proposal accordingly, thanks in anticipation.
Can you clarify what information you need? It’s not clear to me what you are asking. Regards, John Criswell