Audio Content Security: Attack Analysis on Audio Watermarking

Watermarking is a covert marker meant to identify ownership. It has long been used in various forms to protect physical and digital products. For digital media, it’s used to protect copyright, intellectual property, content and more. If that watermark is attacked and compromised, the underlying security will be of no use. In Audio Content Security: Attack Analysis on Audio Watermarking (Syngress 0128113839), authors Sogand Ghorbani and Iraj Sadegh Amiri attempt to show that watermarks on different genres of music can have different levels of effectiveness. They also discuss some attacks that…

Source: Security Bloggers Network @ February 21, 2017 at 01:56PM

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