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An Enhanced Cloud Security using Quantum Teleportation

International Journal of Distributed and Cloud Computing

Volume 3 Issue 1

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: D. Sowmya, S. Sivasankaran | Author(s) Affiliation: Department of Computer Applications, IFET College of Engineering, Villupuram, Tamil Nadu, India.
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In the cloud environment, it is difficult to provide security to the monolithic collection of data as it is easily accessed by breaking the algorithms which are based on mathematical computations and on the other hand, it takes much time for uploading and downloading the data. This paper proposes the concept of implementing quantum teleportation i.e., telecommunication + transportation in the cloud environment for the enhancement of cloud security and also to improve speed of data transfer through the quantum repeaters. This technological idea is extracted from the law of quantum physics where the particles say photons can be entangled and encoded to be teleported over large distances. As the transfer of photons called qubits allowed to travel through the optical fiber, it must be polarized and encoded with QKD (Quantum Key Distribution) for the security purpose. Then, for the enhancement of the data transfer speed, qubits are used in which the state of quantum bits can be encoded as 0 and 1 concurrently using the Shors algorithm. Then, the Quantum parallelism will help qubits to travel as fast as possible to reach the destination at a single communication channel which cannot be eavesdropped at any point because, it prevents from creating copies of transmitted quantum key due to the implementation of no-cloning theorem so that the communication parties can only receive the intended data other than the intruders.

Keywords: Qubits, Quantum Key Distribution, Quantum Repeaters, No-Cloning Algorithm, Quantum Parallelism

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