A bug in Cryptomator was recently found and reported on for the iOS app. The team wrote about the vulnerability on Tuesday.
Cryptomator is my top recommendation for file encryption and it recently shared its late 2020 development roadmap.
What’s up with Cryptomator for iOS? For the last 6-7 months, we have been hard at work on a completely new app written in Swift.
What will be so special about the rewrite? Cryptomator will be fully integrated into the Files app. This comes with many benefits like thumbnails, support for third-party apps that can edit files directly inside the vault, and many more!
Great news. What I’ve also been hoping for is the ability to access Cryptomator vaults in external storage on iOS/iPadOS, like you can on the Mac.
Recently released for customers, the new Cryptomator 1.5.0 update gives us a redesigned user interface, dark mode, and a new code structure.
Andrew found seven Apple alternatives to use if you don’t want your data shared with the FBI, including Bitwarden, Cryptomator, and more.
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Whether you’re managing passwords or encrypting files, we’ve got you covered.
As 2016 comes to an end, it’s nice to look back and reflect upon the year. I’d like to share my three favorite apps that I’ve used this year, and why I liked them: Cryptomator, RNI Flashback, and Curiosity.