Special Issue Article
Xml Based Digitalized Secure Information Channel Maintenance in Distributed Broking Systems
|S.Saravanakumar1 and M.N.Karuppusamy2
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Issues related to sharing information in a distributed system is one of the major practical issues consisting of autonomous entities which needs to be securely transferred in a heterogeneous multi subdivided systems. Semi-honest nature of the intermediate brokers has been adopted as the base model for adversarial hacking or threats and a secure mechanism to safeguard the system is really a wanted information for most of the business owners. The end users are willing to share information's/secure data across the network. Nevertheless, no individual entity will get exposed due to privacy reason. Consider a data is navigated from the user to the coordinators via brokers. In that case, there is a lot of possibility for data leakage and the intermediate people can hack the sensitive data of the users. More possibilities are there for the attacker to infer some of the most important information's on the whole “who is interested in what“ , "where who is, or something about the data owner“ , "infers which data server has which data". To overcome the possible flaw of information's leakage, the existing system proposes a technique of encrypting the entire data with partial decryption technique to individual intermediate brokers. Unfortunately, security mechanism in validating the end to end users is missed out here and we are trying to incorporate a digital signature based verification system which provides a highest secure data transmission channel.