Cloud Storage System Using Secure Data Forwarding

International Journal of Computer Science (IJCS Journal) Published by SK Research Group of Companies (SKRGC) Scholarly Peer Reviewed Research Journals

Format: Volume 1, Issue 2, No 4, 2013.

Copyright: All Rights Reserved ©2013

Year of Publication: 2013

Author: S.SELVANADHI,K.RAVIKUMAR.

Reference:IJCS-024

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Abstract

Storing data in a third party’s cloud system causes serious concern over data confidentiality. General encryption schemes protect data confidentiality, but also limit the functionality of the storage system because a few operations are supported over encrypted data. Constructing a secure storage system that supports multiple functions is challenging when the storage system is distributed and has no central authority. A threshold proxy re-encryption scheme and integrate it with a decentralized erasure code such that a secure distributed storage system is formulated. The distributed storage system not only supports secure and robust data storage and retrieval, but also lets a user forward his data in the storage servers to another user without retrieving the data back. The main technical contribution is that the proxy re-encryption scheme supports encoding operations over encrypted messages as well as forwarding operations over encoded and encrypted messages. Our method fully integrates encrypting, encoding, and forwarding. Analyze and suggest suitable parameters for the number of copies of a message dispatched to storage servers and the number of storage servers queried by a key server.

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Keywords

Decentralized erasure code, proxy re-encryption, threshold cryptography, secure storage system.

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