Proofs of retrievability: theory and implementation

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A <i>proof of retrievability</i> (POR) is a compact proof by a file system (prover) to a client (verifier) that a target file <i>F</i> is intact, in the sense that the client can fully recover it. As PORs incur lower communication complexity than transmission of <i>F</i> itself, they are an attractive building block for high-assurance remote storage systems… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1655008.1655015

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