Construction of a preliminary file backup system for surface analysis data using secret sharing technique
Nobuharu Okamitsu, Tomonori Tabe, Ryota Matsuda, Noriyuki Yamada, Toyoharu Takemoto, Takeshi Tanaka
We have established a preliminary file backup system to study the outline of secret sharing technology and test operations. Secret sharing scheme is a key management scheme or key establishment scheme invented separately in 1979 by Shamir  and Blakley  as a solution to safeguard cryptographic keys. Secret sharing schemes are also used to protect other types of secrets, such as a secret recipe, etc. In “Secure Explorer” , information is stored in three separate data files using secret sharing technology. When two of three distributed files are combined, the original information can be reproduced. Secure Explorer performs the file distribution process at the moment of closing the file, and it can establish a secure process that guards against infection of malware. In this process, separate uninfected pieces do to overwrite and rewrite a file. So, using this system, it is always possible to maintain a secure environment. In this study, we will construct a preliminary file backup system for surface analysis data using Secure Explorer.
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Okamitsu N., Tabe T., Matsuda R., Yamada N., Takemoto T., Tanaka T. Construction of a preliminary file backup system for surface analysis data using secret sharing technique. Journal – Electrotechnica & Electronica (E+E), Vol. 53, No. 9-10, 2018, pp. 260-264, ISSN: 0861-4717 (Print), 2603-5421 (Online)