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Image camouflage based on Generate Model

  title={Image camouflage based on Generate Model},
  author={Xintao Duan and Haoxian Song and En Zhang and Jingjing Liu},
To protect image contents, most existing encryption algorithms are designed to transform an original image into a texture-like or noise-like image which is, however, an obvious visual sign indicating the presence of an encrypted image and thus results in a significantly large number of attacks. To address this problem, we propose a new image encryption concept that a meaningful normal image that is independent of the original image and the corresponding well-trained generative model can… Expand
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