Cryptomator v1.2.3 Multilingual (x86/x64)
Author: kakalot on 15-12-2016, 04:59, Views: 46
Cryptomator v1.2.3 Multilingual (x86/x64) | 109 MB
Cryptomator provides transparent, client-side encryption for your cloud files. You can access your files from all of your devices. Securely protect your documents from unauthorized access.
Cryptomator encrypts your files' contents and names using AES with 256 bit keylength. Scrypt hardens your key against bruteforcing.
Choose a password and continue working normally on your files. No configuration needed. No accounts required.
Cryptomator for iOS is compatible with iCloud Drive, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and WebDAV-based cloud storage services. Further integrations will be provided with the next updates.
Cryptomator is secure. Ever read this sentence before? Well in this case you don't need to trust us. You can control us. The encryption code of Cryptomator is 100% open source.
Works with Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Nextcloud and any other cloud storage service which synchronizes with a local directory
Open Source means: No backdoors, control is better than trust
Client-side: No accounts, no data shared with any online service
Totally transparent: Just work on the virtual drive as if it were a USB flash drive
AES encryption with 256-bit key length
File names get encrypted
Folder structure gets obfuscated
Use as many vaults in your Dropbox as you want, each having individual passwords
256-bit keys (unlimited strength policy bundled with native binaries)
Scrypt key derivation
Cryptographically secure random numbers for salts, IVs and the masterkey of course
Sensitive data is wiped from the heap asap
Lightweight: Complexity kills security
HMAC over file contents to recognize changed ciphertext before decryption
I/O operations are transactional and atomic, if the filesystems support it
Each file contains all information needed for decryption (except for the key of course), no common metadata means no SPOF
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 after a few months of experiencing the issue himself.
Apparently, there is a Windows Registry entry responsible for listing available network providers called ProviderOrder. Cryptomator's virtual drive is based on WebDAV. Therefore, a missing webclient value in the ProviderOrder registry key would lead to such error. We were stunned, desperate, and hopeless for many months, because we were never able to reproduce the issue. We added things like the IPv6 literal option (which is probably going to be removed in a future version) or thought that some firewall was responsible for the error. But nope! Clearly some applications modify this registry entry, because a clean Windows installation doesn't have the webclient value missing. Shame on them! :bell:
We fixed this issue by patching the Cryptomator for Windows installer and added some code that adds the webclient value back to the ProviderOrder key, if it is missing. The registry key can be found at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\NetworkProvider\Order. If you're a fellow developer and stumbled on this blog post while having the same issue and even using Inno Setup yourself, you can find the code on GitHub.
Furthermore, version 1.2.3 (also available for Mac and Linux) includes other improvements:
Saved password can now be forgotten by deselecting the checkbox. [Windows/Mac]
WebDAV server keeps running after unlocking a vault even if mounting fails.
Log files don't contain debug-level information per default anymore, added debug mode in settings.
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