Verifying the Audio Evidence to Assist Forensic Investigation


  •  Hasan Fayyad-Kazan    
  •  Ale Hejase    
  •  Imad Moukadem    
  •  Sondos Kassem-Moussa    

Abstract

Audio forensics is a field in forensics that is used to authenticate, enhance, and analyze audio files to aid in solving different crime investigations. Audio as a forensic evidence must be enhanced and analyzed to be admissible in courts of law. But more importantly, it must be authenticated in order to prove that it is authentic and no manipulations were done to it. In this paper, an overview on audio forensics is presented, previous related work to this topic is shown, and methodologies for audio enhancement and authentication are explained along with audio tampering ways and signatures presentation.



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  • ISSN(Print): 1913-8989
  • ISSN(Online): 1913-8997
  • Started: 2008
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