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Storage of Data on Cloud with Double Check Admission Regulator


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1 Computer Science and Engineering, Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
     

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An admission regulator scheme to cloud services that are based on web is explained here. The proposed method is an admission regulator technique. It is executed having two things such as key from user which is secret and a lightweight device which is secured. This technique will improve security of system. Users cannot have entry to system in the absence of both (secret key and device) things. This method provides security where many users share same access point to use service offered by cloud. This admission regulator technique allows server of cloud to confine the access to users who are having same components. This is to sustain safety. The service provider only recognizes whether user fulfils the ground as per requirement. But it does not have any clue on precise uniqueness of the consumer who uses data on cloud.

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Admission Regulator, Cloud Services, Lightweight Device, Secret Key.
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P. Shanthi Kumari
Computer Science and Engineering, Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Abstract


An admission regulator scheme to cloud services that are based on web is explained here. The proposed method is an admission regulator technique. It is executed having two things such as key from user which is secret and a lightweight device which is secured. This technique will improve security of system. Users cannot have entry to system in the absence of both (secret key and device) things. This method provides security where many users share same access point to use service offered by cloud. This admission regulator technique allows server of cloud to confine the access to users who are having same components. This is to sustain safety. The service provider only recognizes whether user fulfils the ground as per requirement. But it does not have any clue on precise uniqueness of the consumer who uses data on cloud.

Keywords


Admission Regulator, Cloud Services, Lightweight Device, Secret Key.

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