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    7  Support for client side encryption with [https://cryptomator.org/ Cryptomator] interoperable vaults to secure your data on any server or cloud storage.
     7 Support for client-side encryption with [https://cryptomator.org/ Cryptomator] interoperable vaults to secure your data on any server or cloud storage.
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    99[[Image(http://cdn.mountainduck.io/images/Browse%20Cryptomator%20Vault.gif)]]
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    11 The client-side encryption feature in Cyberduck and Mountain Duck is based on the excellent concepts and work of [https://cryptomator.org Cryptomator]. [https://cryptomator.org Cryptomator] is free and open source software. Since Cyberduck is also open source software anyone is able to audit the source code. That means no security by obscurity, no hidden backdoors from third parties, no need to trust anyone except yourself.
     11The client-side encryption feature in Cyberduck and Mountain Duck is based on the excellent concepts and work of [https://cryptomator.org Cryptomator]. Cryptomator is free and open-source software. Since Cyberduck is also open-source software anyone is able to audit the source code. That means no security by obscurity, no hidden backdoors from third parties, no need to trust anyone except yourself.
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    13 Compared to other client-side-encryption solutions the [https://cryptomator.org Cryptomator] based approach yields a few crucial advantages:
     13Compared to other client-side-encryption solutions the Cryptomator based approach yields a few crucial advantages:
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    1515* in addition to file content encryption also file and directory names are encrypted and directory structures obfuscated
     
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    1919== Create new Vault ==
    20 You 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].
     20You can create a new vault directory anywhere on your remote storage. This will initialize 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://docs.cryptomator.org/en/latest/security/architecture/#masterkey-derivation Masterkey Derivation].
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    3434{{{#!div class="tab-pane" id="tab-mountainduck-2"
    35  1. Choose ''New Vault…'' from the Finder Extension toolbar or context menu using right click in Finder or Windows Explorer.
     35 1. Choose ''New Vault…'' from the Finder Extension toolbar or context menu using right-click in Finder or Windows Explorer.
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    3737[[Image(Mountain Duck Create New Vault Finder Extension.png, 500px)]]
     
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    7878=== File Transfers ===
    79 File transfers require you unlock the vault again unless you have chosen to save your vault passphrase in the keychain.
     79File transfers require you to unlock the vault again unless you have chosen to save your vault passphrase in the keychain.
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    8181== Browser ==
     
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    8686=== Moving files into vault ===
    87 You can move files from and to the vault. Because files need to be encrypted or decrypted respectively they pass through your local computer and cannot be moved on the server side.
     87You can move files from and to the vault. Because files need to be encrypted or decrypted respectively they pass through your local computer and cannot be moved on the server-side.
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    8989=== Access vaults on local disk ===
     
    9292[[Image(local disk connection.png, 300px)]]
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    94 In your local disk connection, you can access all directories which are saved on your local disk. This include for example your local synchronized [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/dropbox Dropbox], [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/googledrive Google Drive] and [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/onedrive OneDrive] directories.
     94In your local disk connection, you can access all directories which are saved on your local disk. This includes for example your local synchronized [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/dropbox Dropbox], [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/googledrive Google Drive] and [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/onedrive OneDrive] directories.
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    9696**Access a Cryptomator vault on local disk on the example of Dropbox**
    97971. Navigate to the Dropbox directory and open the subdirectories until you reach your Cryptomator vault.
    98982. Double click your vault.
    99 3. Type your set password in the password box. If you want you can save the password for easier access to this directory in the further usage.
     993. Type your set password in the password box. If you want you can save the password for easier access to this directory for further usage.
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    101101[[Image(access Cryptomator vault Mountain Duck.png, 500px)]]
     
    108108* To delete a vault it cannot be unlocked. Choose ''Cancel'' in the vault password prompt to skip unlocking the vault after selecting the vault folder for delete.
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    110 == Encryption Security Architecture ==
     110== Security Architecture ==
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    112 See [wiki:help/en/howto/cryptomator/architecture Encryption Security Architecture].
     112See [https://docs.cryptomator.org/en/latest/security/architecture/# Security Architecture Overview].
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    114114== Preferences ==