I use Cryptomator to crypt personal files stored in my hard drive. I use the desktop application (version 1.4.9), on Ubuntu 18.04.
Plus, I use SpiderOak One (https://spideroak.com/) to backup files in my computer.
I would like to backup the files generated by Cryptomator, in case of an outage/steal of my hard drive. But actually, it is not possible.
I don’t know how it works, but SpiderOak One detects when a file is created, updated or deleted in my filesystem (in a tree of directories I defined). Let’s say I backup 2 directories :
So any file in these directory is automatically backup.
In the second directory, I have these files :
=> with the “d” and “m” directories, and the masterkey.cryptomator file (and the bkup version).
In Spideroak One, I cannot select the “myvault” directory, so I cannot backup it (the same for every vault I created). Maybe it’s a security ? I asked to the SpiderOak support team, but they say it could be a protection of Cryptomator. I have not the problem of all the others directories in my hard drive.
So I would like to know if this is really something on the Cryptomator side, because it seems it’s not on the Spideroak side. I hope my explanations are quite clear
Thank you for your answer.