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An Encryption Scheme Based on Peculiarity For an Ordered File Hierarchy in Cloud Computing

Ms.Faiqa Mateen, Mr. Mohammed Khaleel Ahmed, 3 Dr. G.S.S Rao

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Nawab ShahAlam khan College of Engineering and Technology, Hyd
:10.22362/ijcert/2017/v4/i10/xxxx [UNDER PROCESS]


Abstract
There are several issues that always occur throughout the sharing of knowledge within the cloud. To unravel this,we use a technology of encoding known as the ciphertext attribute-based encoding which is employed in cloud computing. The files that are being shared on the cloud have the structure hierarchy feature. During this project, we propose the encoding policy supported peculiarity for associate ordered file hierarchy in cloud computing. The files that are present in an exceedingly graded format are encoded in an integrated access structure. The files that are in a serial layer format are combined into one structure that is accessible. This method saves plenty of time and price for the encoding. Below the quality assumption, this projected policy is verified to be secure and safe. Within the encoding and decipherment processes, the expected theme is established to be extremely economical. With the number of files increasing within the cloud because the users keep uploading them, the benefits of the projected theme become additional evident.


Citation
Ms.Faiqa Mateen,Mr. Mohammed Khaleel Ahmed and Dr. G.S.S Rao (2017). An Encryption Scheme Based on Peculiarity For an Ordered File Hierarchy in Cloud Computing. International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, 4(10), 383-387. Retrieved from http://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V4I1002.pdf


Keywords : Cloud computing, data sharing, file hierarchy, cipher text-policy, attribute-based.

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