alexa Abstract | Secured Authentication for De-Duplication by Using Hybrid Cloud Approach
ISSN ONLINE(2320-9801) PRINT (2320-9798)

International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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Abstract

Data de-duplication is one in every of vital information compression techniques for eliminating duplicate copies of continuance information and has been wide employed in cloud storage to scale back the quantity of space for storing and save information measure to guard the confidentiality of sensitive information whereas supporting de-duplication, the confluent cryptography technique has been planned to encipher the info before outsourcing to higher shield information security, this paper makes the primary plan to formally address the matter of approved information de-duplication. Completely different from ancient de-duplication systems, the differential privileges of users are more thought of in duplicate check besides the info itself. We conjointly gift many new de-duplication constructions supporting approved duplicate sign in a hybrid cloud design. Security analysis demonstrates that our theme is secure in terms of the definitions per the planned security model. As an indication of construct, we tend to implement a model of our planned approved duplicate check theme and conduct test bed experiments victimization our model. We tend to show that our planned approved duplicate check theme incurs nominal over head compared to traditional operations.

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Author(s): Anucia Devi D.S, Anuradha C, K.G.S. Venkatesan

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