Cloud Security u sing Colors and Homomorphic Encryption

Mayur Sunil Patil, Shambhu Kumar Singh


Cloud computing is a parallel and distributed computingsystem consisting of a collection of inter-connected and virtualizedcomputers that are dynamically provisioned and presented as one ormore unified computing which is based on service level agreement.In cloud computing data security and privacy is one of the mostchallenges. So secure delivery of data to and from the cloud ishowever a serious issue that needs to be addressed. This paperdescribes or fulfills the current scenario of cloudcomputing by usingcombination of both colors and Homomorphic encryption techniquesimultaneously.

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