Design and Development of Communication Salvage upon Encrypted Information in Cloud Computing

  IJETT-book-cover  International Journal of Recent Engineering Science (IJRES)          
  
© 2019 by IJRES Journal
Volume-6 Issue-6
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : S. Ravichandran, R. Rajkumar
  10.14445/23497157/IJRES-V6I6P104

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MLA Style: S. Ravichandran, R. Rajkumar "Design and Development of Communication Salvage upon Encrypted Information in Cloud Computing" International Journal of Recent Engineering Science 6.6(2019):17-22. 

APA Style: S. Ravichandran, R. Rajkumar, Design and Development of Communication Salvage upon Encrypted Information in Cloud Computing. International Journal of Recent Engineering Science, 6(6),17-22.

Abstract
Cloud computing is a technology that consumes data centres to provide information and requests. It provides resources, for instance, centralized storage, processors and network bandwidth to users. Moreover, it allows consumers to access their files consuming any machine among internet link. The largest establishments, almost Cloud computing, are privacy and security. One of the answers to improve cloud security is that all the sensitive information is encrypted before subcontracting. As a result, the data cannot be accessed using the plaintext keyword search. Because multiple data files are stored in the cloud server, it is necessary to provide Keyword-based search service and ranking of results to users. This paper describes the principle of various searching techniques that are used to search over encrypted information. Minimal performances like searchable encryption scheme permit cloud users to search the desired data over encrypted information. But these techniques focus on exact keyword matches in which users can usage a little distinct Keyword. Possibly, several search techniques like the Multi-keyword ranked search scheme can rank search effects constructed on the relevancy. The Multi-keyword ranked search is used to build an efficient index to improve the search efficiency and blind storage system that does not allow other search users to access the manuscript. It also discusses how to develop the exploration facility and ranking solutions essentially

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Keywords
Sensitive data, Plaintext keyword search, Multi- keyword ranked search; Privacypreserving; Cloud computing.