Forensic hash for multimedia information

@inproceedings{Lu2010ForensicHF,
  title={Forensic hash for multimedia information},
  author={Wenjun Lu and Avinash L. Varna and Min Wu},
  booktitle={Media Forensics and Security},
  year={2010}
}
Digital multimedia such as images and videos are prevalent on today’s internet and cause significant social impact, which can be evidenced by the proliferation of social networking sites with user generated contents. Due to the ease of generating and modifying images and videos, it is critical to establish trustworthiness for online multimedia information. In this paper, we propose a new framework to perform multimedia forensics by using compact side information to reconstruct the processing… CONTINUE READING
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