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RSA Based CPDP with Adaptive Indexed Cluster for Distributed Cloud Storage Services


M.Kumaresan , PGP College of Engineering and Technology, Namakkal; S.Abinaya, PGP College of Engineering and Technology, Namakkal


Storage Security, Provable Data Possession, Interactive Protocol, Zero-knowledge, Multiple Cloud, and Cooperative.


Provable data possession is a probabilistic technique for storage providers has proven integrity and ownership of client's data (without downloading) the essential for large files and folders. To check data is tampered with or deleted without downloading latest version of data. It provides replacement for hash and signature function in storage outsourcing. Most PDP schemes address scalability and dynamics of PDP Un-trusted servers in single cloud storage provider unsuitable for multi-cloud storages. Integrity of data storage outsourcing is done with provable data possession. The existing work presented Cooperative Provable Data Possession (CPDP) scheme for distributed cloud storage. The multiple cloud service providers cooperatively store and maintain client's data. Operation of CPDP is based on Homo-morphic verifiable response and hash index hierarchy. The security of CPDP is arrived with multi-prover zero knowledge proof system. The performance optimization selects optimal metrics for clients and storage providers to minimize computation complexity and Communication overhead. IT present an RSA based CPDP with adaptive indexed cluster network for distributed cloud storage services. RSA encryption is associated with CPDP group user's data possession for multiple cloud storage locations of the client's data. The indexed clustered network is constructed to match the index structure of hash hierarchies of distributed cloud services. The indexed clustered network operations are based on adoptive parent tree hierarchy.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV1I5034
Published in: Volume : 1, Issue : 5
Publication Date: 01/08/2013
Page(s): 1172-1175

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