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Secure Providing Key-Deduplication by Identity-Based Broadcast Encryption (IBBE)

A. Chandrasekar, Anusha Yamjala, Sai Teja Bommineni, Nithin Rao Doddikindi

Abstract


Duplication, that can save costs for storage by allowing us to keep just one copy unrecognized information, is particularly noteworthy because of the dramatic rises in the cloud content. These are usually stored until re-appropriated to ensure information authentication. Conventional encryption undoubtedly leads to various distinctive ciphertexts generated by separate mystery keys from the corresponding plaintext, which block the deductibility of information. Concurrent coding allows deductions, because the corresponding grievances are usually scratched into ciphertexts. One common problem is how many keys can be managed efficiently and effectively. A couple of deduplication proposals to handle the central administration problem is proposed. Either the key management systems are to be addressed or the proprietors of information need to comply. We plan a new Key-Deduplication convention on the customer side of this article.

Keywords: deduplication, convergent encryption, HDF, IBBE, keygen

Cite this Article: A. Chandrasekar, Anusha Yamjala, Sai Teja Bommineni, Nithin Rao Doddikindi. Secure Providing Key-Deduplication by Identity-Based Broadcast Encryption (IBBE). Recent Trends in Parallel Computing. 2020; 7(1): 18–23p.


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