Cloud server misbehavior detection using ranked keyword search results verification

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With the rising use and demand of cloud computing, more and more people tend to outsource their data to many cloud servers. Hence data security has become a huge necessity recently. Data owners who store their data in cloud servers must be securely able to manage and distribute their data without any hindrances. Introducing a secure and efficient verification scheme for ranked keyword search by adopting Searchable Symmetric Encryption can efficiently bring about a change in the cloud server environment. This is done so as to manage “honest but curious” cloud servers where doubt of misbehaving is relatively higher. To do this the data verification system is optimized by implementing a searchable symmetric encryption scheme. Now, with a secure exchange gateway the cloud server has less room for misbehaving. The cloud server is only aware that if it’s unscrupulous conduct is recognized, it would be found with a high likelihood.




Shiny, A., Das, J., Aravind, M. V., Srivatsaa, C. A. A., & Rahul, M. (2019). Cloud server misbehavior detection using ranked keyword search results verification. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 8(4), 109–111.

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