Enhanced Security for Cloud Storage Using Public Auditing

G Harika, Abdul Vahed


Now a day users and organizations are forwarding the data to cloud. But problem is repairing cloud data total integrity checking is challenging aspect. Provable information ownership (PDP) and confirmation of irretrievability (POR) to modify the data owner in online weight for check considered general society audit ability in the PDP model interestingly. The major scenario in Cloud Storage is users store data and enjoy the on-demand high value applications and services. We focused on the role of Third Party Auditor (TPA) and Intelligence based security system auditing We also design a novel public verifiable authenticator made by keys this scheme is release data holders from online burden. We also randomize the encode coefficients with a pseudorandom function to sure data security. We suggest a secure cloud storage system is security auditing. General security and results analysis is proposed structures provably secure and highly effective.  We propose a secure cloud storage system supporting privacy-preserving improve auditing. We further extend our result to enable the TPA to perform audits in multi-cloud storage efficiently.

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