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Description: Over the past several years, cloud service becomes one of the major subjects of IT, and the major topic is cloud data storage, due to the advantages of cloud service such as flexibility, mobility, costs saving, and easy to use. Cloud services provide multiple services to users over the internet. These advantages drove individuals and organizations moved their applications, data, and services to the cloud storage server. The main concerns of these services are security and privacy when the individuals and organizations are saved private data or information (sensitive data or information) in untrusted servers because of the traditional methods that used to authenticate users such as passwords, tokens and digital certificate these credentials may be often be stolen, wrongly revealed or difficult to remember, thus companies and individuals require a secure method to authenticate their users in order to ensure the functionality of their services and data saved in the cloud storages are working in a secure environment, and prevent leakage any information for users and individuals to any untrusted party. In this paper, propose a biometric-based security and authentication paradigm to help user's authentication in the cloud storage environment,used fingerprint as a biometric to an untrusted user to login to the cloud services.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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