PROVISION OF AN IMPROVISED SYSTEM FOR MANAGING PRIVACY OF LOCATIONS

Naveen Yerramshetti

Abstract


In databases, modern studies projected managing of database queries on encrypted data by means of encryption methods.   But these methods are not appropriate for data outsourcing situations in which data are stationary and are owned by means of restricted users. We aim geo-social services, and imagine that servers are compromised and, as a result, are untrustworthy. We introduce an efficient system of location towards index mapping for attaining user confidentiality and managing of accurateness in location basis applications. The system of location towards index mapping makes an improvement of location confidentiality devoid of addition of insecurity into query results and moreover the system considers an important move in the direction of making location privacy realistic for rising geo-social services.


Keywords


Database queries; Index mapping; Geo-social services; Location privacy; Encryption methods; Location basis applications;

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