Secure hash algorithm-based multiple tenant user security over green cloud environment Online publication date: Wed, 01-Apr-2020
by N.R. Ram Mohan; S. Padmalal; B. Chitra
International Journal of Business Intelligence and Data Mining (IJBIDM), Vol. 16, No. 3, 2020
Abstract: This paper proposes a green cloud multi-tenant trust authentication with secure hash algorithm-3 (GreenCloud-MTASHA3) scheme to eliminate the unauthorised tenant access. GreenCloud-MTASHA3 scheme provide security over the multiple tenant requests by referring the confidentiality, integrity and availability rate. Confidentiality refers to limiting the unauthorised tenant's green cloud data access using the additive homomorphic privacy property in proposed scheme. Additive homomorphic privacy property-based encryption function is developed to improve the privacy preserving level. To attain the integrity level between the tenant requests and green cloud server machine in GreenCloud-MTASHA3 scheme an encrypted trust data management process is carried out. Trustworthiness of tenant request is measured to maintain the consistency level on security with minimal computational time. The proposed scheme attains the confidentiality, integrity and availability rate on communicating task. Experiment is conducted on factors such as secure computation confidence, authorised tenant computational time and space taken on storing encrypted data.
Online publication date: Wed, 01-Apr-2020
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