Chaotic Searchable Encryption for Mobile Cloud Storage - 2018


This Project considers the security downside of outsourcing storage from user devices to the cloud. A secure searchable encryption theme is presented to enable looking of encrypted user data in the cloud. The scheme simultaneously supports fuzzy keyword searching and matched results ranking, that are two necessary factors in facilitating sensible searchable encryption. A chaotic fuzzy transformation methodology is proposed to support secure fuzzy keyword indexing, storage and question. A secure posting list is also created to rank the matched results while maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of the user knowledge, and saving the resources of the user mobile devices. Comprehensive tests have been performed and also the experimental results show that the proposed scheme is efficient and suitable for a secure searchable cloud storage system.

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