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Highly Secured Resource Monitoring in Outsourced Cloud Data Using Aggregated Cryptosystem

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  • Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada – 533003, Andhra Pradesh, India
  • Easwari Engineering College, Anna University, Chennai – 600089, Tamil Nadu, India
  • College of Engineering, Guindy, Anna University, Chennai – 600025, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


Objectives: In this paper, we propose a highly secured cloud resource monitoring system for cloud data using Key Aggregated Cryptosystem (KAC) for generating single aggregate key for multiple keys of each single file. Methods/Statistical Analysis: The KAC with aggregated key implemented in different parameter specification like KeyGen, DataUpload and DataDownload are tested with respect to Encryption/Decryption time and generation of keys in real time data sharing. The results were compared with the existing method Broadcast Group Key Management (BGKM). Findings: The proposed Key Aggregated Cryptosystem (KAC) has outperformed the existing Broadcast Group Key Management (BGKM) in terms of Setup time, KeyGen, DataUpload and DataDownload. From the experimental results it is evident that the proposed method is efficient in all the aspects of key exchange in a secured way and works well with outsourced cloud data storage than the existing methods like BGKM, Attribute Based Encryption (ABE). The proposed method is also a novel method for data sharing with multiple users with multiple keys without any restricted procedure for data sharing. Application/ Improvements: The said method may be deployed in cloud assisted process with security in IP4 version data arrangement for real time data sharing in outsourced cloud.

Keywords

Attribute Based Encryption, Cloud Computing, Data Decryption and Aggregated Cryptosystem, Scalable and Reliable Data.

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