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Secured File Sharing in Cloud Computing

M. Deepak, C. Mathan Kumar, D. Suganya


A secure data self-destruction scheme in cloud computing. create three way self-destruction scheme to secure the data using AES/DES to secure the data. By using this data will be securely self-destructed after a user-specified expiration time. Secondly, user can access data only one time from the cloud. At last, if the user enter the Incorrect key three times, then the data will be self-destructed.


Sensitive Data, Assured Deletion, Fine Grained Access Control, Privacy Preserving, Cloud Computing

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