Competent Encryption Framework Based Secure Access Mechanism for Cloud Data Services



The demand for remote data storage and computation services is increasing exponentially in our data-driven society; thus, the need for secure access to such data and services. In this paper, we design a new -based authentication protocol to provide secure access to a remote (cloud) server. In the proposed approach, we consider data of a user as a secret credential. We then derive a unique identity from the user’s data, which is further used to generate the user’s private key. In addition, we propose an efficient approach to generate a session key between two communicating parties using for a secure message transmission. Session management in distributed Internet services is traditionally based on username and password, explicit logouts and mechanisms of user session expiration using classic timeouts. Emerging solutions allow substituting username and password with data during session establishment, but in such an approach still a single verification is deemed sufficient, and the identity of a user is considered immutable during the entire session. Additionally, the length of the session timeout may impact on the usability of the service and consequent client satisfaction. This paper explores promising alternatives offered by applying s in the management of sessions. A secure protocol is defined for perpetual authentication through continuous user verification. The protocol determines adaptive timeouts based on the quality, frequency and type of data transparently acquired from the user. The analysis is carried out to assess the ability of the protocol to contrast security attacks exercised by different kinds of attackers.


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