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Is it just me who is concerned that this will very quickly become a single point of failure?

Or rather, a single point of vulnerability?

"Put all your eggs in one basket, then watch that basket". This is an issue that we more-or-less know how to deal with (HSMs, procedures, etc.) I'm more worried about other parts of the CA system, like obscure CAs with bad judgment/security.

beats the current system, where there is multiple single points of failures. :p

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