Controlled secure social cloud data sharing based on a novel identity based proxy re-encryption plus scheme
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Currently we are witnessing a rapid integration of social networks and cloud computing, especially on storing social media contents on cloud storage due to its cheap management and easy accessing at any time and from any place. However, how to securely store and share social media contents such as pictures/videos among social groups is still a very challenging problem. In this paper, we try to tackle this problem by using a new cryptographic primitive: identity based proxy re-encryption plus (IBPRE ), which is a variant of proxy re-encryption (PRE). In PRE, by using re-encryption keys, a ciphertext computed for Alice can be transferred to a new one for Bob. Recently, the concept of PRE plus (PRE) was introduced by Wang et al. In PRE, all the algorithms are almost the same as traditional PRE, except the re-encryption keys are generated by the encrypter instead of the delegator. The message-level based fine-grained delegation property and the weak non-transferable property can be easily achieved by PRE , while traditional PRE cannot achieve them. Based on the 3-linear map, we first propose a new IBE scheme and a new IBPRE scheme, we prove the security of these schemes and give the properties and performance analysis of the new IBPRE scheme. Finally, we propose a new framework based on this new primitive for secure cloud social data sharing
CitationWang, X. [et al.]. Controlled secure social cloud data sharing based on a novel identity based proxy re-encryption plus scheme. "Journal of parallel and distributed computing", Agost 2019, vol. 130, p. 153-165.
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