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Conditional Identity Broadcast based Proxy Re-Encryption Technique for Data Encryption in Cloud
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although it requires the data owner to be present and aid in the re-encryption task . As a next step in the evolution of such techniques, proxy re-encryption has been combined with CP-ABE  such that re-encryption keys are computed by the cloud provider based on a secretFile Size: KB. In these paper encryption techniques such as proxy re-encryption (PRE) scheme, Type based PRE, Key-private PRE, Identity based PRE, Attribute based PRE and Threshold PRE are discussed. The paper has been organized as follows. In section II cloud architecture is discussed. In section III the Proxy re-encryption techniques are discussed.
() Efficient and Fully CCA Secure Conditional Proxy Re-Encryption from Hierarchical Identity-Based Encryption. The Computer Journal , () Strongly secure authenticated key exchange from factoring, codes, and by: ciphertext policy attribute-based proxy re-encryption scheme which has the above properties except re-encryption control. Luo, Hu, and Chen  presented a novel ciphertext policy attribute-based proxy re-encryption scheme. For the purpose of data conﬁdentiality and ﬁne-grained access control in cloud computing environ-ments, Yu et al. [24 Cited by: 6.
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A proxy re-encryption (PRE) scheme supports the delegation of decryption rights via a proxy, who makes the ciphertexts decryptable by the delegatee. PRE is useful in various applications such as encrypted email forwarding.
In this paper, we introduce a more generalized notion of conditional proxy broadcast re-encryption (CPBRE).Cited by: Off: / Mo: +91 Website:Email - id: [email protected], [email protected] CONDITIONAL IDENTITY-BASED BROADCAST PROXY RE-ENCRYPTION AND ITS APPLICATION TO CLOUD EMAIL ABSTRACT Recently, a number of extended Proxy Re-Encryptions (PRE).
In this paper, by using the identity-based encryption (IBE) technique of Boneh-Boyen, we propose a new identity-based conditional proxy re-encryption (IBCPRE) scheme, which. Index Terms—Proxy re-encryption, cloud storage, identity-based encryption, broadcast encryption, secure cloud email 1 INTRODUCTION Intermediary re-encryption (PRE)  gives a safe and adaptable strategy for a sender to store and offer information.
A client may scramble his record with his own open key and afterward store. W e deﬁne our new notion of conditional proxy broadcast re-encryption as follows. Deﬁnition 2 A conditional pr oxy bro adcast r e-encryption scheme consists of the following algorithms.
When using traditional IBPRE for secure social cloud data sharing, there exists a dilemma which cannot be avoided. As Fig. 2 shows, data owner Alice first encrypts her private photos A/B and then outsources them to the cloud. Later, she wants to share only the photo A with friend Bob by using traditional identity based proxy by: 6.
In this paper, an identity-based conditional proxy re-encryption (PRE) scheme is proposed, where a delegator provides a re-encryption key satisfying one condition to a semi-trusted proxy who can convert a ciphertext encrypted under the delegator’s public key into one that can be decrypted using the delegatee’s private key.
We address the identity-based proxy re-encryption scheme, Author: Xian Yong Meng, Zhong Chen, Xiang Yu Meng, Bing Sun. We propose the first cloud-based revocable identity-based proxy re-encryption (CR-IB-PRE) scheme that supports user revocation but also delegation of decryption rights.
No matter a user is revoked or not, at the end of a given time period the cloud acting as a proxy will re-encrypt all ciphertexts of the user under the current time period to Cited by: Identity based Encryption with Outsourced Revocation in Cloud Computing Conditional Identity-Based Broadcast Proxy Re-Encryption and Its Fuzzy keyword search over encrypted data in cloud.
or character based encryption. Key words: Proxy Re-Encryption, Cloud Storage, Identity-Based Encryption, Broadcast Encryption, Cloud Email I. revocation remains as a horrifying task in terms of initial INTRODUCTION PROXY re-encryption (PRE) provides a secure and flexible method for a sender to store the data and share the data.
Keywords: Proxy Re-Encryption, Ciphertext-Policy Attribute-Based Proxy Re-Encryption, Bilinear Map, Chosen-Ciphertext Security. 1 Introduction Introduced by Sahai and Waters , Attribute-Based Encryption (ABE), which is a generalization of Identity-Based Encryption (IBE), is able to e ectively increase the exibility of data sharing suchCited by: Conditional identity based broadcast proxy re-encryption and its application to cloud email 1.
Conditional Identity-Based Broadcast Proxy Re-Encryption and Its Application to Cloud Email Abstract: Recently, a number of extended Proxy Re-Encryptions (PRE), e.g.
Conditional (CPRE), identity-based PRE (IPRE) and broadcast PRE (BPRE), have been. A Ciphertext-Policy Attribute-Based Proxy Re-Encryption (CP-ABPRE), which is regarded as a general notion for PRE, employs the PRE technology in the attribute-based encryption cryptographic setting such that the proxy is allowed to convert an encryption under an access policy to another encryption under a new access by: A Proxy Re-Encryption (PRE) allows a data owner to delegate the decryption.
rights of some encrypted data stored on the cloud without revealing the data to an. honest-but-curious cloud service provider (i.e. the PRE proxy). Furthermore, the. data owner can offload most of the computational operations to the cloud service. Use proxy re-encryption. In this case, I retrieve Bob’s public key, and issue a “re-encryption” key.
This key represents the trusted relationship I would like to build with Bob. I send this key to my cloud provider and they proceed to re-encrypt the already encrypted data they have stored with the key. Bob can now download this re.
based encryption and broadcast encryption. Identity Based Proxy Re-encryption. In ACNS’07, Green and Ate-niese proposed the rst identity based proxy re-encryption schemes . They de ned the algorithms and security models for identity based proxy re-encryption, and constructed their scheme by using a variant of the ef-Cited by: 2.
Improved Proxy Re-Encryption Schemes with Applications to Jakobsson  developed a quorum-based protocol where the proxy is divided into sub-components, each controlling a share of the re-encryption key; here, the keys of the delegator are safe so long as some of key data in a single location makes for an inviting target.
An adaptively CCA-secure ciphertext-policy attribute-based proxy re-encryption for cloud data sharing Abstract A Ciphertext-Policy Attribute-Based Proxy Re-Encryption (CP-ABPRE) employs the PRE technology in the attribute-based en- cryption cryptographic setting, in which the proxy is allowed to convert an encryption.
A Ciphertext-Policy Attribute-Based Proxy Re-Encryption (CP-ABPRE), which is regarded as a general notion for PRE, employs the PRE technology in the attribute-based encryption cryptographic setting such that the proxy is allowed to convert an encryption under an access policy to another encryption under a new access policy.
Citació Wang, X., Xhafa, F., Zheng, Z., Nie, J. Identity based proxy re-encryption scheme (IBPRE+) for secure cloud data sharing. A: International Conference on Intelligent Networking and Collaborative Systems. " International Conference on Intelligent Networking and Collaborative Systems, IEEE INCoSSeptemberOstrava, Czech Republic: Cited by: 4.
tive is called Proxy Re-Encryption (PRE). A PRE scheme allows the proxy, given the proxy re-encryption key rka↔b, to translate ciphertexts under public key pka into cipher-texts under public key pkb and vise versa.
We refer to  for more details on proxy re-encryption schemes. Enhance-ments to proxy re-encryption scheme can be found in [ Abstract. A revocable ID-based broadcast encryption scheme allows an authorized third party to revoke any receiver (decryptor) from the initial receiver set S of the original broadcast ciphertext without the need of decryption.
However, the existing revocable ID-based broadcast encryption schemes in the literature cannot fully preserve the receiver privacy and Cited by: 3.Conditional Identity-based Broadcast Proxy Re-Encr Recently, a number of extended Proxy Re-Encryption Energy-aware Load Balancing and Application Scalin.