Providing Secrecy for One-to-Many Order Preserving Encrypted Data Search over Cloud

International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering
© 2017 by SSRG - IJCSE Journal
Volume 4 Issue 1
Year of Publication : 2017
Authors : Goudo Krishna Chandra, Behara Vineela

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Goudo Krishna Chandra, Behara Vineela, "Providing Secrecy for One-to-Many Order Preserving Encrypted Data Search over Cloud," SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering , vol. 4,  no. 1, pp. 19-23, 2017. Crossref,


Now a day’s almost everything can be shared through the cloud and also provide more security. Before sharing everything we can stored into cloud servers and the servers are manager or process their data. They can easily maintaining and storing data into cloud servers, to provide an efficient service without paying too much money and energy, as one of the most attractive feature of cloud computing. So that large number of people worry about this technology for provide security of data. If cloud server gets direct access to all these users’ data, it may try to analyses the documents to get private information. The initial purpose of this action may be kind. The server wants to provide better service by digging into these data and then displaying customer-oriented advertisement, which could be convenient but also annoying. Besides, when we consider sensitive data such as personal health records and secret chemical ingredients, the situation becomes even more serious. Theoretically, the server is not supposed to have access to sensitive data at all; therefore we should ensure the server has no access to leaking these data to an untrusted third party. Thus, sensitive data have to be encrypted before being outsourced to a commercial public cloud. However to provide security of sensitive data we can encrypt and processing of the data. We can retrieve the encrypted data is difficult process because the amount outsourced files can be large and traditional search patterns cannot be deployed to cipher text retrieval directly. To overcome this, we are proposed an encrypted searchable query domain while preserving user’s privacy. In this paper we are proposed an efficient one to many orders preserving encryption technique for searching query related documents in the cloud. By implementing this process we can retrieve out sourced large files easily and download required documents.


Security, privacy, cryptography, encryption and decryption, secret key, cloud computing, searching.


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