Cryptomator Cloud Storage Encryption Tool 1.4.0 with FUSE / Dokany support is released

Cipher, A free open source code, a cross-platform client encryption tool for cloud files, has been updated to version 1.4.0 (stable version). In this version, Cryptomator can be used fuse On Linux and Mac, and Dokany On Windows, provide virtual, unencrypted drives, which will greatly improve the integration with the system.
Using FUSE as the volume type in Cryptomator (now more popular than WebDAV) should also fix many WebDAV related issues problemIncluding the ability to retain the original modification date and other dates of files, issues related to large files, drives and duplicate folders related to large files disappeared in the / Volumes issue on macOS High Sierra, and the opened safe should now be displayed in Dolphin (KDE) More information about Cryptomator in the file manager: Cryptomator protects your cloud storage data (open source, multi-platform client encryption tool)
Other changes in Cryptomator 1.4.0:

  • Now, exiting Cryptomator is also normal, similar to locking the vault.
  • Added status indicator to tray icon. Although the system tray icon is enabled, the Cryptomator tray icon does not appear on my Gnome Shell desktop.
  • Fix the violating code integrity policy by signing all DLLs on Windows.
  • WebDAV support has been fixed when having gvfs 1.37.2 or higher on Linux.
  • Windows and Linux 32-bit are no longer supported.

Starting with this version, Cryptomator is provided as an AppImage package on Linux, replacing specific Linux distribution packages such as DEB or RPM. Ubuntu / Linux Mint PPA It is still available, and the latest Cryptomator 1.4.0 update has been used, but I’m not sure how long PPA will continue to be supported because developers prefer the AppImage method to distribute applications on Linux. one left Open question Used to provide Cryptomator as a method of Flatpak. Related: How to use VeraCrypt to encrypt USB drives (compatible with Windows, macOS, and Linux)

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On Ubuntu and Ubuntu-based Linux distributions (such as Linux Mint or basic OS), you can also install Cryptomator and get automatic updates by adding Cryptomator PPA. You can add PPA and install Cryptomator by running the following command in the terminal:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sebastian-stenzel/cryptomator
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt install cryptomator

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