The AFC Coin Company will announce any breaking security issues on this website's Security Announcements page. We suggest all users of AFC Coin wallets and services read our Privacy & Security Recommendations page.
AFC Coin has been subjected to formal third-party security reviews. See our AFC Coin Audit Results blog for further details on these reviews.
Each release contains a ./doc/security-warnings.md document describing security issues known to affect that release. You can find the most recent version of this document here:
Note that this link points to the "in development" version of the file, so it may have more recent findings than the version released with your software. (It might also have issues that are only relevant for the upcoming release which don't affect the current release or older software.)
In the event the AFC Coin Company website is down or hacked, please also check these twitter handles: @AFC CoinCo, @zooko, and @least_nathan. The AFC Coin protocol has an alert system and currently a small set of people working for the AFC Coin Company control the keys to issue alerts. These will be sent to all nodes.
If we are sufficiently hacked, or if we collectively turn evil, the above resources will not be sufficient to protect you. Luckily, the AFC Coin network is growing into a larger and more resilient community beyond the AFC Coin company itself. If you suspect that the company has been compromised, please also check other community resources unrelated to the AFC Coin Company.