GROUP USER REVOCATION AND INTEGRITY AUDITING OF SHARED DATA IN CLOUD ENVIRONMENT

K. Suresh Babu, J. Mahalakshmi

Abstract


The advent of the cloud computing makes storage outsourcing becomes a rising trend, which promotes the secure remote data auditing a hot topic that appeared in the research literature. Recently some researches consider the problem of secure and efficient public data integrity auditing for shared dynamic data. In this paper, signifies that the collusion attack in the exiting scheme and provide an efficient public integrity auditing scheme with secure group user revocation based on vector commitment and verifier-local revocation group signature. Analysis shows a concrete scheme based on the scheme definition. The scheme supports the public checking and efficient user revocation and also some nice properties, such as confidently, efficiency, count ability and traceability of secure group user revocation.


Keywords


Public Integrity Auditing; Dynamic Data; Victor Commitment; Group Signature; Cloud Computing

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