Cryptomator Blog

We’ve completely rewritten Cryptomator. Its core components are now modularized to CryptoLib, CryptoFS, and WebDAV-NIO-Adapter. A complete list of closed issues is available here.

Cyberduck 6.0 with support for Cryptomator vaults has been released today. You can download the new version at Cyberduck is a libre remote file browser for Mac and Windows, making it the perfect tool for all, who do not want to synchronize their cloud files locally.

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Cryptomator 1.2.3 for Windows fixes a mysterious bug, commonly known as system error 53 or 67. Well, it’s not that mysterious anymore, but this particular error had been haunting us from the beginning! Cycor on GitHub (almost casually) pointed out in GitHub Issue 210 that he found the cause of system error 53/67 aft...

We’ve finally released the first beta version of Cryptomator for Android after almost 6 months of development. It’s a completely new and native app. In this process, we outsourced the cryptographic code from our main project, which is now available as CryptoLib.

Cryptomator 1.1.4 for Windows, OS X, and Linux fixes two (related) vulnerabilities allowing malicious Flash files being injected into vaults, that can be executed to “bypass” the SOP and access files from a Flash-enabled browser (GitHub Issues 318 & 319). Kudos to Lukas Reschke for reporting them!

Cyptomator for iOS has finally been approved by the French administration. You can download it now in the French App Store. We’d like to share our experience on how to receive export compliance for the French iOS App Store.

Cryptomator 1.1 for Windows, OS X, and Linux is out now! We’ve added a password strength indicator and sync conflicts are now being detected.