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Changes between Version 61 and Version 62 of help/en/howto/cryptomator


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Mar 22, 2021 3:18:23 PM (6 months ago)
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  • help/en/howto/cryptomator

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    2020You can create a new vault directory anywhere on your remote storage. This will initialise the vault with a `masterkey.cryptomator`. A backup of the master key file (`masterkey.cryptomator`) is saved in user defaults. The encrypted keys in `masterkey.cryptomator` are not more sensitive than the encrypted files in the vault. For technical aspects, refer to [https://cryptomator.org/architecture/#masterkeyDerivation Masterkey Derivation].
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     22{{{#!div class="tab-container"
     23{{{#!html
     24<ul>
     25    <li><a href="#tab-sandbox-1">Cyberduck</a></li>
     26    <li><a href="#tab-sandbox-2">Mountain Duck</a></li>
     27</ul>
     28}}}
     29{{{#!div id="tab-sandbox-1"
    2230=== Cyberduck ===
    2331 1. Choose ''File → New Vault…'' to create a new vault.
    2432
    2533[[Image(New Encrypted Vault File Menu Option.png, 400px)]]
     34}}}
     35{{{#!div id="tab-sandbox-2"
    2636=== Mountain Duck ===
    2737 1. Choose ''New Vault…'' from the Finder Extension toolbar or context menu using right click in Finder or Windows Explorer.
     
    3343
    3444[[Image(Mountain Duck Create New Vault.png, 500px)]]
     45}}}
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     47}}}
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