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Research on the Large Scale Image Steganalysis Technology Based on Cloud Computing and BP Neutral Network

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4 Author(s)
Dai Zhonghua ; China Inf. Technol. Security Evaluation Center, Beijing, China ; Xiong Qi ; Peng Yong ; Gao Haihui

Steganalysis is the opposite art to steganography, whose goal is to detect whether or not the seemly innocent objects like image hiding message. With the explosive growth of the Internet information. Making real time image steganalysis online to detect the malicious use of multimedia documents for covert communication has become more and more difficult. Traditional research on image steganalysis mainly focus on how to improve the accuracy of Steganalysis, few of them pay much attention on the efficiency of the Image Steganalysis technology and the architecture optimizing for Steganalysis service providing. Regarding this problem, this paper proposed a Image Steganalysis Technique Based on Cloud Computing and BP Neutral Network, the structure and workflow of the system is introduced in detail. The result of simulation experiment proves that the import of cloud computing architecture can apparently improve the efficiency of image Steganalysis in the environment of internet and the accuracy of Steganalysis algorithm is acceptable instead of being greatly affected by system load.

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Intelligent Information Hiding and Multimedia Signal Processing (IIH-MSP), 2012 Eighth International Conference on

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18-20 July 2012

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