Multi User Authentication in Reliable Data Storage in Cloud

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 5)

Abstract

Information out sourcing is the fundamental centering term in distributed computing. More information proprietors accomplishes in outsource their information into cloud servers. In any case, touchy data ought to be secured before outsourcing for protection necessities, which obsoletes data utilization like catchphrase based papers recuperation. A safe multi-catchphrase evaluated seek arrangement over secured thinking information, which in the meantime encourages intense update capacities like expulsion and position of records. In particular, the vector space outline and the broadly utilized TF–IDF configuration are blended in the list development and inquiry. But the ability of searching encryption is main challenge in secure multi keyword search with user activities of deletion, revoking of users with multiple user access control in cloud computing. In this paper we propose to BGKM (Broadcast Group Key Management) schema for multi user access control in user activities like data insertion, deletion and in user revocation in real time cloud application development. We evaluate the security of our BGKM plan and evaluate it with the current BGKM techniques which are mostly used for data accessing in real time cloud computing for achieving real time applications in cloud. Our experimental results show efficient data extraction from multi user access in searching of data from cloud servers.

Keywords

Cloud computing BGKM Secure multi key word search Quality based encryption 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of CSEK L UniversityVijayawadaIndia

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