Enhancement of Security for Cloud Based IoT Using XHE Scheme

Authors

  • K. Sailaja Associate Professor, Department of Master of Computer Applications, Mother Teresa Institute of Computer Applications, Andhra Pradesh, India
  • M. Rohitha PG Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Sri Padmavati Mahila Visva Vidyalayam, Andhra Pradesh, India

Keywords:

IoT, Cloud, Password Based Encryption, Extended Honey Encryption, Brute-Force Attacks

Abstract

Security is a million dollar issue for all computer systems. Every week there is news of another major breakin to a commercial or government system. Also it is well known that many governments are actively engaged in cyber-warfare, trying to break into the systems of other governments and other groups. The Internet of Things is increasingly changing into an omnipresent computing service, requiring vast volumes of knowledge storage and process. Unfortunately, due to the unique characteristics of resource constraints, selforganization and short range communication in IoT, it always resorts to the cloud for outsourced storage and computation. Security is one of the major challenges faced by cloud based IoT. The standard file protection technique relies on password based encryption schemes and they are vulnerable to brute force attacks. The reason is that, for a wrongly guessed key,
the decryption process yields an invalid-looking plaintext message, confirming the invalidity of the key, while for the
correct key it outputs a valid-looking plaintext message, confirming the correctness of the guessed key. Honey
encryption helps to minimise this vulnerability. Hence, this paper proposed an extended Honey Encryption (XHE) scheme for enhancing the security of the cloud based IoT.

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Published

15-11-2019

How to Cite

Sailaja, K., & Rohitha, M. (2019). Enhancement of Security for Cloud Based IoT Using XHE Scheme. Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 8(3), 19–22. Retrieved from https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/ajcst/article/view/2735