Contacting the authors
If you have a question about tinc, or would like some help in configuring tinc or your networking setup, you should write to the tinc mailing lists, preferably not to the authors in private. You will get a response faster this way.
If you wish to contact us in private you can do so via the following addresses. Note that we use GnuPG, our emails are (almost) always signed. This will also allow you to send us encrypted emails.
- Guus Sliepen email@example.com
There is a channel on the FreeNode and OFTC IRC networks. Connect to irc.freenode.net or irc.oftc.net and join channel
#tinc. We are logged in most of the time, but may not
be active. If you run your IRC client in screen just like us, just
ask your question and wait. If you cannot stay on IRC and really
want to ask a question, please do so via email, see above. A
history of the channel is available on request.
Reporting security issues
In case you have found a security issue in tinc, please report it via email to Guus Sliepen firstname.lastname@example.org, preferrably PGP encrypted. We will then try to get a CVE number assigned, and coordinate a bugfix release with major Linux distributions.