A New Double Security And Protection Schemes In Cloud Storage

Sk. Shammi, T. Naga Raju


The first article is his/her secret key stored in the computer. The second thing is a singleprivatesanctuary device which joins to the computer. It is terrible to decrypt the ciphertext wanting both pieces. Supplementarysignificantly, once the haven device is stolen or lost, this device is rescinded. It cannot be used to decrypt any ciphertext. This can be finished by the cloud server which will instantlyaccomplish some algorithms to revolution the existing cipher text to be un-decrypt able by this device. This route is utterlytranslucent to the sender. Likewise, the cloud server cannot decrypt any ciphertext at any time. The safekeeping and efficiency enquiry show that our system is not only sheltered but also useful.


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