A Survey On Encrypted Data Management with Deduplication in Cloud Computing

Chukka Srihari, M. Ramesh


Distributed computing assumes an essential part in supporting information stockpiling, preparing, and administration in the Internet of Things (IoT). To save cloud information classification and client security, cloud information are regularly put away in an encoded frame. In any case, copied information that are encoded under various encryption plans could be put away in the cloud, which incredibly diminishes the usage rate of capacity assets, particularly for enormous information. A few information deduplication plans have as of late been proposed. Be that as it may, the vast majority of them experience the ill effects of security shortcoming and absence of adaptability to help secure information get to control. In this manner, few can be sent practically speaking. This article proposes a plan in light of trait based encryption (ABE) to deduplicate encoded information put away in the cloud while likewise supporting secure information get to control. The creators assess the plan's execution in light of examination and usage. Results demonstrate the proficiency, viability, and versatility of the plan for potential pragmatic organization.

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