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Clients in a distributed system place their con dence in many servers, and servers themselves rely on other servers for le storage, authentication, authorization, and payment. When a system spans administrative boundaries it becomes harder to assess the security and competence o f p otential service providers. This paper examines the issue of con dence i n large distributed systems. When con dence is lacking in the real world," one relies on endorsements, licensing, insurance, and surety bondsdoi:10.1145/191177.191215 dblp:conf/ccs/MedvinskyLN94 fatcat:siy6x32slbgavcavihexklocpi