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A circuit hybrid attribute based encryption of data with fragmentation for increasing ideal performance and security in cloud computing

Roma J. Ahuja, Roma J. Ahuja, Saurabh V.Kale, Prof A.A.Khatri
Online First: January 30, 2018
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Abstract

Cloud computing is innovation that uses advanced
computational power and improved storage capacities. Cloud
computing offer the number of significant advantages. One of the
main advantage of cloud computing is pay-as-per-use, which means
according to the use of service the customer has to pay. Where the
prime disadvantage of cloud computing is achieving security to the
data which is store in cloud. The data compromise may occur due to
attacks by other users and node within cloud. In this paper, We
propose Hd-ABE (Hybrid Attribute Based Encryption ) In which
data owner should set the access structure of attributes with
encrypted data , The user only whose attributes are match with
access structure of owner only that user can decrypt the data. To
secure data which is store in single node with in cloud we use
DROPS (Division and Replication of Data in the cloud for Optimal
Performance and Security) methodology, in which we divide the file
into fragments, and replicate the fragmented data over the cloud.

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