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Secured Cloud Storage System Using Auto Passkey Generation

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The cloud storage system is an improved online drive storage system with storage on cloud. It can handle all details about a file uploads with categories, preceded by file download whenever required. The file gets uploaded with some encryption strategy and stored safely on the cloud, later on while downloading the file, the decryption is done using a security key provided through the registered mail ID. The details include file name, type of file (Private/Public) and auto generated passkey. In case of system, they need a lot of time for searching the file which is not a secured way. So the accuracy will be maintained in this application. This system is managed by the application in cloud server. It is the work of the cloud application which is headed in place to observe the complete procedure.

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Ayatti, S., Gouri, K., Kunchur, P., Bangarashetti, S.P. (2022). Secured Cloud Storage System Using Auto Passkey Generation. In: Manogaran, G., Shanthini, A., Vadivu, G. (eds) Proceedings of International Conference on Deep Learning, Computing and Intelligence. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1396. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-5652-1_2

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