Achieving Secure Cloud Data Storage Without Using of Trusted Third Party Auditor: A Review

Cloud computing is a model where computing resources are rendered on rental basis with the use of clusters of commodity computers. In one of the services offered by cloud viz. Storage as a Service, users outsource their data to cloud without having direct possession or control on it. As the cloud service provider is not completely trustworthy, it raises issues such as data security and privacy. Achieving secure cloud data storage is one of the major security issues. The issue can be addressed into two directions viz. first which makes use of Trusted Third Party Auditor (TTPA) and other which do not. In this paper, the authors review various recently proposed approaches to ensure data storage correctness without using TTPA

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications Topic: Cloud Date Added: Nov 2012 Format: PDF

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