Application of Verifeyed on Iran’s state media published photo

written by Babak on July 15, 2013 in Uncategorized with no comments

The photo shown below has been published by Iran’s state media showing their missile test. The photo has been used on the front pages of The Los Angeles Times, The Financial Times, The Chicago Tribune and several other newspapers as well as on BBC News, and many other major news Web sites. Four missiles appear to take off from a desert launch pad in one image of the test published on the Iranian Revolutionary Guards website.

Later on it has been uncovered that the photo is tampered with. Let’s apply Verifeyed Professional Edition on the image (download the photo from here to perform the test by your own). Simply, open the photo using the photo examiner window. As shown below, Verifeyed instantly detects traces of tampering. Here, local compression inconsistencies as well as copied and pasted image regions have been used to detect digitally edited areas.



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Whether you know anything about detecting doctored digital images or not, Verifeyed Professional Edition, with its state-of-the-art image analysis technology, will turn you into a top-level image forensics expert with one click of the mouse. The original image is shown below.