A Trust Boundary [ /trʌst ˈbaʊndəri/ ] is a concept used in distributed systems to describe the point beyond which a component must rely on the behavior and integrity of another. Trust boundaries are important because they define the limits of a system's security and control.

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Trust Boundaries in Distributed Systems