This paper offers a prototype of a Hyperledger Fabric-IPFS based network architecture including a smart contract based encryption scheme that meant to improve the security of user’s data that is being uploaded to the distributed ledger. A new extension to the self-encryption scheme was deployed by integrating data owner’s identity into the encryption process. Such integration allows to permanently preserve ownership of the original file and link it to the person/entity who originally uploaded it. Moreover, self-encryption provides strong security guarantees that decryption of a file is computationally not feasible under the condition that the encrypted file and the key are safely stored.
|Title of host publication
|Blockchain Technology and Emerging Technologies - 2nd EAI International Conference, BlockTEA 2022, Proceedings
|Weizhi Meng, Wenjuan Li
|Number of pages
|Published - 2023
|2nd EAI International Conference on Blockchain Technology and Emerging Technologies, BlockTEA 2022 - Virtual, online
Duration: 21 Nov 2022 → 22 Nov 2022
|Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social-Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, LNICST
|2nd EAI International Conference on Blockchain Technology and Emerging Technologies, BlockTEA 2022
|21/11/22 → 22/11/22
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