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Distributed storage administrations have developed prominently. For the significance reason of protection, many distributed storage encryption compositions has been proposed to verify the information from the individuals who don't approach. Every single such plan accept that distributed storage suppliers are secure and can't be hacked. Anyway practically speaking, a few specialists may force distributed storage suppliers to make open client privileged insights and secret information. We consider the issue of building a safe distributed storage administration over an open cloud framework where the specialist organization isn't totally trusted by the client. In this paper another distributed storage encryption outline is proposed which permits distributed storage suppliers to ensure client security. Since specialists can't confess to the acquired privileged insights are valid or false, the distributed storage suppliers guarantee that the client protection is still safely given. The proposed plans trust distributed storage specialist co-ops or believed outsiders dealing with key administration are trusted and can't be hacked. A few times may block the correspondence among clients and distributed storage suppliers and after that force stockpiling suppliers to discharge client insider facts by utilizing government control or different methods. For this situation the encoded information are thought to be known and capacity suppliers are asked for to discharge client privileged insights. The proposed Deniabl e CP- ABE conspire is to manufacture an Audit free distributed storage administration. The deniability include makes pressure invalid, and the ABE property guarantees secure cloud information imparting to a fine grained access controlled system.

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Mrs.S.Sasirekha, N.Bharath Raj, R.Devagi, J.Kamali, & V.Keerthana. (2021). Audit free secure data cloud using enhanced key management. International Journal of Intellectual Advancements and Research in Engineering Computations, 7(2), 2427–2433. Retrieved from