Cloud Data Security and Integrity using Sack of Cryptographic Algorithms through Trusted Third Party (TTP)

Pritam L Mahamane, Prof. Sonali A Patil

Abstract


In today’s technological world, virtual resources and services are more demanded over the network and internet. For this cloud computing is the best solution in all terms like scalability, cost, flexibility, and efficiency. But the major factor affecting on cloud services is the poor security. Therefore in this paper, we propose sack of algorithms which are combine methods of symmetric and asymmetric cryptographic algorithms encrypted for security and secure hash algorithm for data integrity.This ensures more data confidentiality with secure encryption of secret key using digital certificate through trusted third party(TTP).Trusted third party acts as substitute of cloud service user (CSU),by holding secret key and communicating with cloud service provider(CSP) , to reduce overhead of maintainability of data.We proposed the method for data integrity, which will enhance checking of data correctness with zero overhead to user

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