EXPLORING AND UNDERSTAND USER SEARCH INTENTIONS IN WEB SEARCH ENGINE

P.S.D.D.R. Saraja, M.Srinivasa Aruna

Abstract


Cloud computing is a recent paradigm that is creating high expectations about benefits such as the pay per- use model and elasticity of resources. However, with this optimism come also concerns about security. In a public cloud, the user’s data storage and processing is no longer done inside its premises, but in data centers owned and administrated by the cloud provider. This may be a concern for organizations that deal with critical data, such as medical records. We show that a malicious insider can steal confidential data of the cloud user, so the user is mostly left with trusting the cloud provider. The paper achieves this goal by showing a set of attacks that demonstrate how a malicious insider can easily obtain passwords, cryptographic keys, files and other confidential data. Additionally, the paper shows that recent research results that might be useful to protect data in the cloud, are still not enough to deal with the problem. The paper is a call to arms for research in the topic.


Keywords


Cloud computing; data sharing; privacy-preserving; access control; dynamic groups;

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