Cloud computing is about hardware-based services involving computing, network and storage capacities. These services are provided on-demand, hosted by the cloud provider and can easily scale up and down.

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How To Keep Data Private Where Software Requires An Online Check

When software forces a user to verify online(Phone Home) before use, it creates an opportunity for private data created with this software to be physically connected to the Internet. This may not be ...
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Digital Ocean “Droplet” allgedly compromised for trivial, unpublicized website. Should I be worried abouty my own machine?

I got a message from D.O. about my Droplet saying they shut it down because there was a lot of outgoing traffic that looked like an attack. The site I had on that server was not very known at all. ...
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Forensic in Cloud environment

I'm new to forensic and I'm trying to do a simple research about forensic in the cloud. let's assume that I have access to an EC2 instance (whether a private key for a Linux instance or the username ...
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Virtualization / Cloud-Stack fingerprinting from running VM

How can the host environment (not just the OS) be identified from a running guest VM. To determine what the underlying host and virtualization stacks being used actually are. I.e. whether there's a ...
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Advanced research in securing development environment when offered via remote access

With this question I am looking for a direction or suggestions towards advanced research that might be going on currently in designing remote access environments for the development environment(DE) ...
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Security schemes regularly in use on cloud

I've been looking into how connections are managed in the cloud, in order to better understand the threats users and their deployments may face. The most important and common ones in use seem to be ...
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Can user identifying information in Dropbox be derived from subscription data?

I've noticed that my Dropbox installation really loves sending unencrypted information over the net including a "user_id" and it's user-agent. What i want to know is if it's possible at all to ...
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What are the steps to securing encryption keys/databases on an unsecured DAAS provider?

Most Desktop As A Service providers store their virtual hard drives and the VMs RAM in a way that allows them to access their contents. Choosing a provider who offers a 'no-knowledge of server' ...
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Securing decentralised cloud scaling

Approach Require a certain percentage (quorum) of nodes to agree in order for my decentralised multicloud to grow. Benefits Reduced likelihood of growing too quickly (e.g.: 2 new nodes created ...
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Firewall requirements for SaaS service providers

I have not had much success compiling a workable overview on the topic of firewalls and application service providers, despite making a rather extensive contribution to Google's workload this month. ...
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Machine actions in distributed systems

I am looking at the security implications of distributed systems, and am trying to simplify the way that I can model individual machines within a distributed system interacting. The importance of the ...
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Homomorphic encryption for query execution

We are doing our final year project which maintains log records in the cloud.. we need to execute select query on encrypted data to select particular log records based on the given condition. Is this ...
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Managing keyczar keysets across multiple servers (google compute engine)

I'm a developer building a web service that will be required to store a few credentials for 3rd party services that would themselves provide access to customer data that I would consider sensitive. ...