A secured and efficient biometric cryptographic authentication in pervasive computing

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In pervasive computing environments, clients can get benefits anytime and anywhere, but the inescapability and versatility of the circumstances bring present day security challenges. The client did know about the service provider and vice versa. They have to authenticate each other before starting the service. The cloud has to identify or authenticate the client or user by his/her identity i.e, fingerprint. Here the two important things that we can consider were about privacy and security. In this case, the client should not expose any private information to the cloud such as his physical location, ID and so on when being authenticated. In this paper, we provided a authentication scheme based on biometric encryption to enclose the data transferring between a client and cloud. In this proposal, client’s authentication was hidden.




Swetha, K., Pavan Kumar Reddy, P. S. A., Maneesha Durga, S., & Gautham, A. V. (2018). A secured and efficient biometric cryptographic authentication in pervasive computing. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 7(3), 50–53.

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