3D-VFD: A Victim-free Detector against 3D Adversarial Point Clouds

18 May 2022  ·  Jiahao Zhu, Huajun Zhou, Zixuan Chen, Yi Zhou, Xiaohua Xie ·

3D deep models consuming point clouds have achieved sound application effects in computer vision. However, recent studies have shown they are vulnerable to 3D adversarial point clouds. In this paper, we regard these malicious point clouds as 3D steganography examples and present a new perspective, 3D steganalysis, to counter such examples. Specifically, we propose 3D-VFD, a victim-free detector against 3D adversarial point clouds. Its core idea is to capture the discrepancies between residual geometric feature distributions of benign point clouds and adversarial point clouds and map these point clouds to a lower dimensional space where we can efficiently distinguish them. Unlike existing detection techniques against 3D adversarial point clouds, 3D-VFD does not rely on the victim 3D deep model's outputs for discrimination. Extensive experiments demonstrate that 3D-VFD achieves state-of-the-art detection and can effectively detect 3D adversarial attacks based on point adding and point perturbation while keeping fast detection speed.

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