RE These files might be harmful to your computer
if i go to internet properties intranet then sites, i cant sites is greyed out.
I Navigate to Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Internet Explorer\Internet Control Panel\Security Page >> Site to Zone Assignment List
enable it add the \127…
@port\random-letters\vault and 1 in the right column
apply reboot still get the error?
please help thx
Seems to me like a false positiv message from third party antivirus /
ransomware protection software. I’m on windows as well (using defender as AV) and do not have problems.
Please check your AV Software if there’s some kind of ransomeware protection enabled, and if yes try to exclude the local vault storage location.
i dont think that it is a AV notification, it looks like windows and nothing else triggers it…
how do you find the location of the mapped drive? is it a local IP or a domain?
maybe i could whitelist it somehow?
When you created the vault you selected a storage path. You can also see this in the Cryptomator app below your vault. This is where your encrypted files are stored.
I think this is caused by a missing setting in due to the change from an EXE to an MSI installer, see
https://github.com/cryptomator/cryptomator/issues/529 @doop You can prevent this message by using a third-party-library like WinFSP. For more info, see
if you are on Windows and experience trouble with Dokany or WebDAV, since Cryptomator 1.5.9 you can try a new virtual volume provider:
We implemented support for it because it might lead to less code maintenance in the long term and it showed promising stability and performance in test runs.
While the above sounds cool, please bear in mind that WinFSP is still not 100% integrated into the app.
There are two main issues:
Directories cannot be used as mount tar…