DATA ENCRYPTION STANDARD FOR AUDITING APPLICATION IN CLOUD STORAGE

Abstract
In recent years, cloud computing has become paramount and the security problems associated with the cloud model are also increasing. To mitigate the threats associated with cloud security, existing systems use an isolated authentication method to audit by third parties or personal auditing. In this method, to direct that audit, the data owners need to be online. This article discusses a novel method using the personal auditing that is supported on the generation of One Time Password (OTP). Using this generation or creation technique of OTP (secret key) the documents can be protected from fraudulent users. Data Encryption Standard (DES) algorithm assists the owner in uploading the file. The files will be converted into smaller units and piled up in different instances of the cloud. For enhanced security, both the files as well as the content will be encrypted and stored in various instances on the cloud server. This authentication process can prevent the errant user's attempt to hack at the cloud end. The OTP will be generated and propelled to the user upon download. This OTP has to be used to verify the user before downloading the required files.

Authors
M Ramkumar, R Krishnakumar
Gnanamani College of Technology, India

Keywords
Cloud Computing, Personal Auditing, Security Issues
Published By :
ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Data Science and Machine Learning
( Volume: 1 , Issue: 2 )
Date of Publication :
March 2020

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