Image Processing Oriented to Security Optimization
Keywords:security, watermarking, digital content, image, steganography, algorithm, image filters
AbstractThis paper presents the main aspects of the digital content security. It describes the content of watermarking, presenting the steganography concept. SteganoGraphy application is presented and the algorithm used is analyzed. Optimization techniques are introduces to minimize the risk of discovering the information embedded into digital content by means of invisible watermarking. Techniques of analyzing the digital content results and identify the possible countermeasures for optimizing the steganography algorithm are presented.
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