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Attacks Surfaces and Attacks in Cloud Computing

Usvir Kaur, Manish Mahajan, Dheerendra Singh

Abstract


Cloud computing is changing the shape of a business industry by providing resources in shareable, scalable, elasticity manner. It resembles with the concept of a distributed system and uses the basis of networking. This leads to the vulnerability to different security attacks. This paper discusses various types of surface attacks which presents the participation of various entities in the attack. Various types of attacks, their target area and defense measured are studied.

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Usvir Kaur, Manish Mahajan, Dheerendra Singh. Attacks Surfaces and Attacks in Cloud Computing. Journal of Operating Systems Development & Trends. 2018; 5(3): 6–9p.


Keywords


Cloud Computing, Attack, Attack Surfaces

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