Remote Integrity Check with Dishonest Storage Server

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Remote Integrity Check with Dishonest Storage Server
We are interested in this problem: a verifier, with a small and reliable storage, wants to periodically check whether a remote server is keeping a large file x. A dishonest server, by adapting the challenges and responses, tries to discard partial information of x and yet evades detection. Besides the security requirements, there are considerations on communication, storage size and computation time. Juels et al. [10] gave a security model for Proof of Retrievability (POR) system. The model imposes a requirement that the original x can be recovered from multiple challenges-responses. Such requirement is not necessary in our problem. Hence, we propose an alternative security model for Remote Integrity Check (RIC). We study a few schemes and analyze their efficiency and security. In particular, we prove the security of a proposed scheme HENC. This scheme can be deployed as a POR system and it also serves as an example of an effective POR system whose "extraction" is not verifia...
Ee-Chien Chang, Jia Xu
Added 19 Oct 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Authors Ee-Chien Chang, Jia Xu
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