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Secure open cloud in data transmission using reference pattern and identity with enhanced remote privacy checking
Singh R.V,
Published in IOP Publishing
Volume: 263
Issue: 4
To handle the large amount of client's data in open cloud lots of security issues need to be address. Client's privacy should not be known to other group members without data owner's valid permission. Sometime clients are fended to have accessing with open cloud servers due to some restrictions. To overcome the security issues and these restrictions related to storing, data sharing in an inter domain network and privacy checking, we propose a model in this paper which is based on an identity based cryptography in data transmission and intermediate entity which have client's reference with identity that will take control handling of data transmission in an open cloud environment and an extended remote privacy checking technique which will work at admin side. On behalf of data owner's authority this proposed model will give best options to have secure cryptography in data transmission and remote privacy checking either as private or public or instructed. The hardness of Computational Diffie-Hellman assumption algorithm for key exchange makes this proposed model more secure than existing models which are being used for public cloud environment. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.
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