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Granule based File Storage System with Secure Transparent Availability

@inproceedings{Suthan2011GranuleBF,
  title={Granule based File Storage System with Secure Transparent Availability},
  author={A. Suthan and D. Kesavaraja},
  year={2011}
}
The main aim of many security algorithms is to provide security to the data that we store. These algorithms provide security only untill the intruder gets hold of the file.With advancements in technology, any security mechanism can be cracked within a specified time period. In our paper we propose an alternative mechanism to this kind of security provision. We propose that the file be splitted into n number of particles and these particles be distributed within the system providing transparency… Expand
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