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Enhanced Secrecy-Preserving Peer to Peer Multimedia Sharing Based on Recombined Fingerprints


Rajkumar.D , K.S.R.College of Enginnering; Rajkumar.D, K.S.R.College of Enginnering; RajivKannan.A, K.S.R.College of Enginnering


Secrecy-Preserving, Multimedia Sharing


Unidentified fingerprint has been recommended as a suitable solution for the authorized sharing of multimedia contents with patent protection whilst preserving the confidentiality of buyers, whose identities are only shown in case of prohibited re-distribution. However, most of the existing unidentified fingerprinting protocols are unrealistic for two main reasons: 1) the use of intricate protracted protocols and/or homomorphism encryption of the substance, and 2) a unicast advance for contribution that does not extent for a massive Number of buyers. This paper stems from a foregoing proposition of recombined fingerprints which overcome a number of of these drawbacks. Yet, the recombined fingerprint approach requires a intricate graph seek for traitor tracing, which needs the involvement of other buyers, and honest proxies in its P2P allocation scenario. This paper focus on removing these disadvantages resulting in an proficient, scalable, privacy-preserving and P2P-based fingerprinting system.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I70459
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 7
Publication Date: 01/10/2015
Page(s): 693-695

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