Using Let's Encrypt certs in Grid Computing?

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It appears that the Grid operates in a separate PKI to that in which Let’s Encrypt operates (the Web PKI).

Apart from both utilizing x.509 technology, I do not think they have anything in common and you wouldn’t be able to use a CA from the Web PKI within the Grid PKI.


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