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IEEE TIFS Article

The forensic investigation of JPEG compression generally relies on the analysis of first-order statistics based on image histogram. The JPEG compression detection methods based on such methodology can be effortlessly circumvented by adopting some anti-forensic attacks. This paper presents a counter JPEG anti-forensic method by considering the second-order statistical analysis based on the co-occurrence matrices (CMs).

Intrusion detection systems (IDSs) analyze data that are collected by sensors, which monitor the network traffic. Any alert generated by the IDS is transmitted to a cybersecurity operations center (CSOC), which performs the important task of analyzing the alerts.

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