A NOVEL APPROACH FOR MULTI SHARING AUTHENTICATED FILTERED DATA FOR BIG DATA STORAGE

Tammireddy Supriya, Paricherla Mutyalaiah, Challa Bhaskar Rao

Abstract


The requirement of unharmed big data storage is greater helpful than ever to date. The prime concern of the service is to assurance the privacy of the data. Nevertheless, the anonymity of the service providers, one of the greatest crucial appearances of privacy, should be deliberate concurrently. Furthermore, the service also should contribute realistic and delicate encrypted data sharing like that a data owner is allowed to share a cipher text of data between others under some specified conditions. In this mechanism the advantage of proxy re-encryption technique are employed in which only the cipher text to be shared securely and conditionally over multiple times. It also ensures that, original message and information identity of cipher text senders and it is not vulnerable to cipher text attacks. Furthermore, this paper shows that the new primitive is secure against chosen-cipher text attacks in the standard model.


Keywords


Privacy; Anonymity; Proxy Re-Encryption; Big Data;

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