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Data Integrity Checking Based On Residue Number System and Chinese Remainder Theorem In Cloud

V. Hema1, M. Ganaga Durga*2
  1. Research Scholar, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India.
  2. Research Supervisor, Research and Development Centre, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India.
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Remote data integrity checking is a decisive technology in cloud computing. Recently, many researchers focus on providing data dynamics and public verifiability. To address users' security concerns, the proposed paper provides a solution to enhance the data integrity and privacy. In this paper we propose a data correctness scheme in which a Third Party can audit the data stored in the cloud and assure the customer that the data is safe. This paper calls upon the Number theory based systems such as Residue Number System and Chinese Remainder Theorem to guarantees not only correct data possession but it also assures retrievability upon some data corruptions. This paper also proves the data owner that a target file is intact, that is, the client can retrieve the entire file from the server with high probability. This scheme shows the correctness and the probability of hacking the data and is eliminated. Based on theoretical analysis, we demonstrate that the proposed protocol has a provably secure and highly proficient data integrity checking measure.


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