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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The risk of unauthorized private data access is among the primary concerns for users of cloud-based services. For the common setting in which the infrastructure provider and the service provider are different, users have to trust their data to both parties, although they interact solely with the latter. In this paper we propose CloudFence, a framework for cloud hosting environments that provides transparent, fine-grained data tracking capabilities to both service providers, as well as theirdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-41284-4_21 fatcat:ndclb2pbnnenha4vcktyddkwb4