Secure and Efficient Data Transaction over Cloud Based On Signature Generation Technique

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Volume-17 Number-6
Year of Publication : 2014
Authors : GundaSowjanya, V.Lakshmiprasad


GundaSowjanya, V.Lakshmiprasad"Secure and Efficient Data Transaction over Cloud Based On Signature Generation Technique", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V17(6),270-275 Nov 2014. ISSN:2231-5381. published by seventh sense research group


In cloud, transactional database provides authorization, it is one of most important for proof of authorization, it I the base for performance evaluation. In this paper we are concentrating on mainly on three concepts i.e. one is the authorization of users in the cloud. For this we are using concept of digital signature for user authentication. Second one id for accuracy of each transaction, we implemented group key protocol for sharing of data in the cloud. Third one is security of cloud transaction we are AES algorithm for encryption and decryption of cloud transaction. Before performing encryption and decryption of transaction data if check the given transaction coming from the trust user or not. By performing trusted transaction database we are using file transfer technique for generation trusted transaction or not. After completion of trusting we can perform encrypt and decrypt operation of transactional database. By providing those technique we are provide high performance, accuracy and more precision for secure cloud transaction.


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