DNS technical architect
Vincent Levigneron holds a DESS postgraduate degree in Computer Systems and Networks, and has more than 20 years’ experience at Afnic. A specialist in the development of tools related to the registry industry born of IETF protocols (EPP, DNS, DNSSEC, IDN, DAS, Whois, etc.), he supervises the DNS activities of a domain name registry. He is responsible for the DNS/DNSSEC publication of TLDs operated by Afnic, as well as developing and maintaining DNSSEC procedures (key ceremonies, etc.) and the associated support programs. Vincent co-created the Zonemaster product. In addition, he manages the “Prevention of DDoS attacks in DNS” project and actively participates in the IETF, DNS-OARC, RIPE, CENTR, and ICANN communities.
DNSSEC: change of algorithm for the .fr zone
18 months ago, we published an article explaining the changes
Resolutions for 2020: Afnic goes elliptic
10 years... 10 years that Afnic has been using DNSSEC technology for all the TLDs it operates. It mu...
February 1, 2019: is the DNS going to shake?
A new deadline is about to shake the internet ... After the Year 2000 bug, the drying-up of IPv4 add...
Replacement of the KSK of the root zone: Are you ready?
On 18 September ICANN published a decision of its Board. It puts an end to more than 2 years of proc...