Advances the Forward Security in Parallel Network File System using An Efficient and Reliable Key Exchange Protocols

Kona H S Venkat Vinay, K Prameela


In parallel file system we can disperse data over numerous nodes to permit simultaneous access by various errands of a parallel application. By play out the numerous errands in a parallel system is commonly to reduce execution and solid access to substantial data sets. In this work, we research the issue of secure many to numerous correspondences in substantial scale network file systems that bolster parallel access to different storage devices. That is, we consider a correspondence model where there are countless getting to various remote and conveyed storage devices in parallel. Especially, we concentrate on the most proficient method to trade key materials and set up parallel secure sessions between the clients and the storage devices in the parallel Network File System the present Internet standard in a productive and versatile way. In this paper we are proposed convention for performing key trade and furthermore build up parallel secure session amongst clients and storage devices. In this paper we are likewise proposed another idea for encryption and decoding of put away data. By actualizing this procedure we are utilizing mixture encryption and decoding calculation. By actualizing those ideas we can enhance execution of network and furthermore give greater security of put away data in the put away devices.


Parallel sessions, Authenticated Exchange, Network file systems, forward secrecy and key escrow.


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