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    Privacy Protection for Secure Data Encryption in Online Social Networks

    Authors

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    R.S. Shridhish1, Shibin Abraham2, Mrs. Subbulakshmi3

    Keywords

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    Online social networks, key based encryption, greedy algorithm. 

    Issue Date

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    April – 2015

    Abstract

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    Network security is an act of protecting the information from unauthorized access; it controls and monitors the security of the whole network. The threats to network security are alarmingly increasing day by day and it creates a need to protect the information stored in the network securely. If the network security is weak, it is prone to get attacked by hackers who steals the original information and sells it into the black market for their gain. To overcome this network security is used in all types of data transactions between the sender and the receiver. Now a day’s data sharing through social network is a difficult in concern with security. The data transferred from one node to another through network should be more efficient and secured. There are various mechanism proposed to avoid secure issues in the network transmission of data. The Key based Authentication provides security for data transmission in social network. The data transmitted from one end user is encrypted using the Blowfish algorithm and is decrypted by the server. It uses public key cryptography for secure purposes. The server then again encrypts the data using the rijndael algorithm and stores it securely so that the information is more secure and doesn’t attract hackers to steal the information. 

    Page(s)

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    1-3

    ISSN

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    2347- 4734

    Source

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    Vol. 2, No.2, April 2015

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