Revocable and Secure Multi-Authority Attribute- Encryption Scheme

Authors

  • Addapalli V. N. Krishna Professor, CSE Dept, School of Engineering and Technology, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bangalore
  • Ancy P. R. Research Scholar, CSE Dept, School of Engineering and Technology, CHRIST (Deemed to be University)

Keywords:

Multi-Authority CP-ABE, Access policy, Elliptic curve cryptography, Revocation, Lagrange interpolation

Abstract

Security is an important factor as nowadays many systems generates and process huge amount of data. This also leads many of us to rely on a third-party service provider for storing sensitive and confidential data. Providing outsourcing means the data owner will encrypt and store the data in a third-party storage system. In this paper, we are proving solutions for two main problems. The first issue is what if the attribute authority itself can access the data because the attributes and secret keys are known by attribute. This issue is called the key escrow problem. For solving it we are proposing a multi-authority system with Elliptic Curve Cryptography. The second issue that we addressed in this paper is the revocation problem, which means when someone leaves the system should be prohibited from accessing subsequent data this is called forward security and as a second case when someone joins the system should be prevented from accessing previous shared date this is called backward security. In this paper, we address both forward and backward security. For solving this problem we are using the concept of the Lagrange interpolation technique for generating and verifying secret keys. Based on this technique secret key will be dynamically altered and used for encryption and due to this can  achieve greater security.

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17.05.2023

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A. V. N. . Krishna and A. . P. R., “Revocable and Secure Multi-Authority Attribute- Encryption Scheme”, Int J Intell Syst Appl Eng, vol. 11, no. 6s, pp. 52–58, May 2023.

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