Advancement in Forensic Analysis of Image Manipulation on Online Social Network
The Web 3.0 and Social Network Services (SNSs) is reaching quick in several analysis fields. A subsequent consequence is that criminals are running with technology and with extremely subtle methods. Pictures square measure typically concerned in unlawful activities, with it currently being basic to do to establish as much as info on a given image as doable. Large volume of multimedia contents is being transmitted through OSNs. These digital contents are properly processed and used. The key functions are to analyse OSN processes on pictures and characteristics changes happened to it, like JPEG quantization table, pixel resolution and metadata.
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