Implementation of Lime Framework for Data Provenance

Usha Rani

Abstract


Security is the important component during the data transfer through the network .Secure transmission of confidential data is a challenging issue. The data can be accessed by the unauthorized user for malicious purpose. Identification of the attacker is usually expensive and doesn’t generate the wanted results. So there is the need for a general security mechanism during data transfers. This accountability can be directly associated with provably detecting a communication history of data across multiple entities preliminary from its origin. This is known as data provenance. However, most efforts have been unprepared in nature and there is no official model available. Additionally, most of these approaches only allow identification of the attacker in a non-provable manner, which does not provide enough information. A data provenance framework LIME for data flow across multiple entities is presented in this paper. The exact security to a data provenance is analyzed. A new approach for responsible data transfer protocol between two entities within a malicious environment by building upon unaware transfer, strong watermarking, and mark primitives is analyzed and developed. This paper concentrates on the secure data transfer protocol.

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