Passive Aproaches for Detecting Image Tampering: A Review

Fatma Salman Hashem, Ghazali Sulong

Abstract


This paper defines the presently used methods and approaches in the domain of digital image forgery detection.  A survey of a recent study is explored including an examination of the current techniques and passive approaches in detecting image tampering. This area of research is relatively new and only a few sources exist that directly relate to the detection of image forgeries. Passive, or blind, approaches for detecting image tampering are regarded as a new direction of research. In recent years, there has been significant work performed in this highly active area of research. Passive approaches do not depend on hidden data to detect image forgeries, but only utilize the statistics and/or content of the image in question to verify its genuineness. The specific types of forgery detection techniques are discussed below. 


Keywords


Detecting; image; forgery; passive; tampering; techniques; tools

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