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Dynamic and Public Auditing with Fair Arbitration for Cloud Data

SAJJA SUNEEL, MANDAVILLI KAVYA ,

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Asst.Professor, KG Reddy Engineering College, Hyderabad, Telangana
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Abstract
Storage outsourcing turned into a rising trend with the advent of the cloud computing, advancing the secure remote data auditing to be the future research area. Other than this research considers the problem of data dynamics support, public verifiability and dispute arbitration simultaneously. The data dynamics problem in auditing is solved by presenting an index switcher to preserve a mapping between block indices and tag indices and eradicate the passive outcome of block indices in the tag computation without incurring much overhead. We provide fairness guarantee and dispute arbitration in our scheme, which ensures that both the data owner and the cloud cannot misbehave in the auditing process or else it is easy for a third-party arbitrator to find out the cheating party. The framework is reaching out by executing the data dynamically and reasonable discretion on gatherings in the future.


Citation
Sajja Suneel et.al, “Dynamic and Public Auditing with Fair Arbitration for Cloud Data”, International Journal Of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, 4(4):136-141, April-2017.


Keywords : Third Party Auditor (TPA), CSP, Proof Of Retrievability (POR).

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