I have used Cryptomator successfully for the past year or two, syncing files on Dropbox. My wife and I are the two users of the Crypto files via a single Dropbox account. Suddenly now, when I enter my Crypto password to unlock the vault, File Explorer opens to say “This folder is empty.” Yet, on my wife’s PC, the vault opens just fine. On my machine, in Dropbox, I can see that the D folder, the M folder, and the masterkey file are there. And D and M have numerous subfolders, just like they always have.
I have tried using Selective Sync on Dropbox to remove the vault from my PC, and then re-syncing it. That did not fix the problem.
I have tried to run Sanitizer, after loading Java SE 12. And got an error message saying that “…Sanitizer has been compiled by a more recent version of the Java Runtime (class file version 53.0), this version of the Java Runtime only recognizes class file versions up to 52.0”
I am unable to locate Java Runtime class file version 52 online. Might just not be looking in the right place.
Or maybe I need to try something other than Sanitizer to fix this. I would appreciate any help that can be offered.
Both of our PC’s are HP Envy 17 laptops bought in the past month. Both are running Win 10 Home 1809. I am using Cryptomator version 1.4.10. And the latest version of Dropbox.