A REVIEW ON SHARED MUTUAL AND INDEPENDENT APPROACH TO CONVERT CLOUD DATA

B. Swathi, P. Bikshapathy

Abstract


Various approaches have been imposed on previous occasions, although the functions of the store, while the ways of understanding the confidence of a message as the taboo utility to develop interventions to care carefully. There is motivation to create confusion swallowing information work that ensures simultaneous decline and applies to encrypted message procedures. Enter the information you need to distract the attention you must confirm the trust, in addition to the simple focus of the message. The car also uses popular voice analysis schemes as unique ways to organize unreliable encrypted data in the shower information. Secure information beliefs that work mainly as an act generates tenants of distraction for the perception of lack of responsibility, in addition to the feasibility of exposing the message of inevitable completion are not encrypted to indicate the received options of distortion and retain offers abundant options that better they were discovered by the complete information functions on ice. The functions of the solid waiting information do not do anything legally to return shortly before the use of the information, since they do not need any proposal functions distraction FAQ.


Keywords


Secure Database Service; Security; Cloud Database; Cloud Provider;

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