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Improving the security of image manipulation detection through one-and-a-half-class multiple classification

  • Mauro Barni
  • Ehsan NowrooziEmail author
  • Benedetta Tondi
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Abstract

Protecting image manipulation detectors against perfect knowledge attacks requires the adoption of detector architectures which are intrinsically difficult to attack. In this paper, we do so, by exploiting a recently proposed multiple-classifier architecture combining the improved security of 1-Class (1C) classification and the good performance ensured by conventional 2-Class (2C) classification in the absence of attacks. The architecture, also known as 1.5-Class (1.5C) classifier, consists of one 2C classifier and two 1C classifiers run in parallel followed by a final 1C classifier. In our system, the first three classifiers are implemented by means of Support Vector Machines (SVM) fed with SPAM features. The outputs of such classifiers are then processed by a final 1C SVM in charge of making the final decision. Particular care is taken to design a proper strategy to train the SVMs the 1.5C classifier relies on. This is a crucial task, due to the difficulty of training the two 1C classifiers at the front end of the system. We assessed the performance of the proposed solution with regard to three manipulation detection tasks, namely image resizing, median filtering and contrast enhancement. As a result the security improvement allowed by the 1.5C architecture with respect to a conventional 2C solution is confirmed, with a performance loss in the absence of attacks that remains at a negligible level.

Keywords

Adversarial multimedia forensics Forensics and counter-forensics Manipulation detection Secure classification Security of machine learning classifiers 

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Acknowledgments

This work was supported partially by Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) under the research grant number FA8750-16-2-0173. The United States Government is certified to reproduce and distribute reprints for Governmental objectives notwithstanding any copyright notation thereon. The views and conclusions consist of herein are those of the authors and should not be explained as necessarily representing the official policies or authorization, either expressed or implied, DARPA and AFRL or U.S. Government.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Information Engineering and Mathematical SciencesUniversity of SienaSienaItaly

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