A collusion-resistant fingerprinting system for restricted distribution of digital documents

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Abstract

Digital fingerprinting is a technique that consists of inserting the ID of an authorized user in the digital content that he requests. This technique has been mainly used to trace back pirate copies of multimedia content such as images, audio, and video. This study proposes the use of state-of-the-art digital fingerprinting techniques in the context of restricted distribution of digital documents. In particular, the system proposed by Kuribayashi for multimedia content is investigated. Extensive simulations show the robustness of the proposed system against average collusion attack. Perceptual transparency of the fingerprinted documents is also studied. Moreover, by using an efficient Fast Fourier Transform core and standard computer machines it is shown that the proposed system is suitable for real-world scenarios. © 2013 Munoz-Hernandez et al.

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Munoz-Hernandez, M. D., Garcia-Hernandez, J. J., & Morales-Sandoval, M. (2013). A collusion-resistant fingerprinting system for restricted distribution of digital documents. PLoS ONE, 8(12). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0081976

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