Fejoa: The Portable Privacy-
Preserving Cloud

Fejoa is an open source data sharing platform for sharing data with contacts at the same or a different service provider. Fejoa allows users to migrate their data/account to a different service provider without losing their contacts.

To preserve the privacy of users, the data in Fejoa is concealed from the service provider by employing encryption techniques.

Fejoa is coming soon!

Follow the development on GitLab.

Publications

  • Privacy-Preserving Data Sharing in Portable Clouds pdf
  • CloudEFS: Efficient and Secure File System for Cloud Storage pdf
  • AuthStore: Password-based Authentication and Encrypted Data Storage in Untrusted Environments pdf
  • 17 May 2018 » FejoaAuth: Single Password Authentication and Secure Password Management (Dev Release)
  • I’m happy to announce the first release of FejoaAuth. After developing a first working version of FejoaAuth it’s now about time to get feedback, find bugs or even get new developers on board. What is FejoaAuth? FejoaAuth combines secure password-based authentication and password-encrypted data storage to provide a true one-password solution for privacy-preserving cloud storage. The difference to other password-based authentication methods is that FejoaAuth does not reveal the user password to the remote server...
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  • 15 Apr 2018 » Why not a distributed network?
  • One question you may ask is “Wouldn’t it be possible to use a distributed network to find Fejoa nodes that migrated to a new service provider?”. The short answer is yes, it would be possible. However, as you can guess, there are some downsides with this approach. First, you need a distributed network. This in itself is not much of a problem but requires that somebody is maintaining the distributed network, i.e. runs the bootstrap...
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