Deep Neural Networks based Invisible Steganography for Audio-into-Image Algorithm

18 Feb 2021  ·  Quang Pham Huu, Thoi Hoang Dinh, Ngoc N. Tran, Toan Pham Van, Thanh Ta Minh ·

In the last few years, steganography has attracted increasing attention from a large number of researchers since its applications are expanding further than just the field of information security. The most traditional method is based on digital signal processing, such as least significant bit encoding. Recently, there have been some new approaches employing deep learning to address the problem of steganography. However, most of the existing approaches are designed for image-in-image steganography. In this paper, the use of deep learning techniques to hide secret audio into the digital images is proposed. We employ a joint deep neural network architecture consisting of two sub-models: the first network hides the secret audio into an image, and the second one is responsible for decoding the image to obtain the original audio. Extensive experiments are conducted with a set of 24K images and the VIVOS Corpus audio dataset. Through experimental results, it can be seen that our method is more effective than traditional approaches. The integrity of both image and audio is well preserved, while the maximum length of the hidden audio is significantly improved.

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