ASPECT-BASE PROXY-ORIENTED INFORMATION SAVING AND DISTANT DATA RELIABILITY VERIFICATION IN CLOUD

Prudhvi Raju Manthena, A. Sangeetha

Abstract


This paper is dependent on the study outcomes of proxy cryptography, identity-based public key cryptography and remote data integrity checking in public places cloud. In public places cloud, this paper concentrates on the identity-based proxy-oriented data uploading and remote data integrity checking. By utilizing identity-based public key cryptology, our suggested ID-PUIC protocol is efficient because the certificate management is eliminated. ID-PUIC is really a novel proxy-oriented data uploading and remote data integrity checking model in public places cloud. Using the public cloud platform, the customers are relieved from the burden for storage management, universal data access with independent geographical locations, etc. Throughout analysis, the manager is going to be limited to connect to the network to be able to guard against collusion. But, the manager’s legal business will go on throughout analysis. We provide the formal system model and security model for ID-PUIC protocol. Then, in line with the bilinear pairings, we designed the very first concrete ID-PUIC protocol. Within the random oracle model, our designed ID-PUIC protocol is provably secure. However, the suggested ID-PUIC protocol may also realize private remote data integrity checking, delegated remote data integrity checking and public remote data integrity checking in line with the original client’s authorization.


Keywords


Proxy Public Key Cryptography; Remote Data Integrity Checking; Cloud Computing; Identity-Based Cryptography;

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