SDVADC: Secure Deduplication and Virtual Auditing of Data in Cloud Conference

Geeta, CM, Shreyas Raju, RG, Raghavendra, S et al. (2020). SDVADC: Secure Deduplication and Virtual Auditing of Data in Cloud . 171 2225-2234. 10.1016/j.procs.2020.04.240

cited authors

  • Geeta, CM; Shreyas Raju, RG; Raghavendra, S; Buyya, R; Venugopal, KR; Iyengar, SS; Patnaik, LM



  • Over the last few years, deploying data to cloud service for repository is an appealing passion that avoids efforts on significant information sustenance and administration. In distributed repository utilities, deduplication technique is often exploited to minimize the capacity and bandwidth necesseties of amenities by erasing repetitive data and caching only a solitary duplicate of them. Proof-of-Ownership mechanisms authorize any possessor of the identical information to approve to the distributed repository server that he possess the information in a dynamic way. In repository utilities with enormous information, the repository servers may intend to minimize the capacity of cached information, and the customers may want to examine the integrity of their information with a reasonable cost. We propose Secure Deduplication and Virtual Auditing of Data in Cloud (SDVADC) mechanism that realizes integrity auditing and deduplication of information in cloud. The mechanism supports secure deduplication of information and effective virtual auditing of the documents during the download process. In addition, the proposed mechanism lowers the burden of dataowner to audit documents by himself and there is no need to delegate auditing to the Third Party Auditor (TPA). Experimental results demonstrate that the virtual auditing has low auditing time cost relative to the existing public auditing schemes.

publication date

  • January 1, 2020

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 2225

end page

  • 2234


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