Yup. I’m coming in to say the same thing here. I took another look at Cryptomator for keeping my files encrypted, I was considering how I can use this again on a more day-to-day level with a more integrated setup (basically how can I use this all the time, instead of just every now and then).
Welp, thankfully I did some test transfers on like 50GBs of data. This data transfer has a good distribution of all sorts of file types; videos, images, big and small files alike.
I got this
I have a bunch of files that were randomly corrupted during the copy transfer. These files and folders are also unable to be deleted when I lock and re-unlock Cryptomator.
Security is one thing. But there is no point in security if you obliterate your own files… what about files that are as important as your passphrase keys? Pretty much never going to use this again, and will also recommend anyone I talk to and know to never touch this program for they will eventually have precious data destroyed because of this program.
Thanks for making this post @CrypotBFI and confirming my experience.