Revealing the Traces of JPEG Compression Anti-Forensics

@article{Valenzise2013RevealingTT,
  title={Revealing the Traces of JPEG Compression Anti-Forensics},
  author={Giuseppe Valenzise and Marco Tagliasacchi and Stefano Tubaro},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security},
  year={2013},
  volume={8},
  pages={335-349}
}
Due to the lossy nature of transform coding, JPEG introduces characteristic traces in the compressed images. A forensic analyst might reveal these traces by analyzing the histogram of discrete cosine transform (DCT) coefficients and exploit them to identify local tampering, copy-move forgery, etc. At the same time, it has been recently shown that a knowledgeable adversary can possibly conceal the traces of JPEG compression, by adding a dithering noise signal in the DCT domain, in order to… CONTINUE READING
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