[Cyberduck-news] Mountain Duck 2

David Kocher dkocher at cyberduck.io
Tue Nov 7 11:27:50 UTC 2017

We are excited to announce the availability of Mountain Duck 2.0 with support for Cryptomator interoperable vaults – foolproof client-side encryption for cloud storage now mounted on your desktop. Read more about Cryptomator support also available in Cyberduck 6 at https://cyberduck.io/cryptomator/

Encryption for data at rest prevents unauthorized access regardless of the server or cloud storage infrastructure. You can create secure vaults on any server or cloud storage available through the broad protocol support in Mountain Duck – including Amazon S3, Backblaze B2, Microsoft Azure, Google Drive, Dropbox and OneDrive or any OpenStack Swift, WebDAV or FTP interoperable hosting solution. Additionally you can also connect to your local harddisk and browse Cryptomator Vaults you want to save on your computer.

The full changelog for Mountain Duck 2 is as follows:
- [Feature] Support for transparent client-side encryption using Cryptomatorinteroperable vaults
- [Feature] Create and browse encrypted vaults interopable with Cryptomator
- [Feature] Mount local file system to access Cryptomator vaults on your harddisk
- [Feature] Info panel available through context menu in Finder (macOS) and Explorer (Windows)
- [Feature] Support for Microsoft OneDrive
- [Feature] Skip writing .DS_Store files to remote volume (macOS)
- [Feature] Skip writing extended attributes files to remote volume (macOS)
- [Feature] Skip writing temporary application files to remote volume (macOS)
- [Feature] Register protocol handler for sftp://, ftp://, ftps://, dav://, davs:// and s3:// schemes (Windows)
- [Feature] German Localization
- [Feature] Spanish Localization
- [Feature] French Localization
- [Feature] Add new default bookmark on first application launch
- [Bugfix] Interoperability with High Sierra (macOS)
- [Bugfix] Default keyboard shortcuts for input fields (macOS)
- [Bugfix] Mounted drive not visible to some applications (Windows)
- [Bugfix] Failure uploading files (OneDrive)
- [Bugfix] Saving files from Microsoft Project (Windows)
- [Bugfix] Saving files from Libre Office (Windows)
- [Bugfix] Default keyboard shortcuts for windows and buttons (macOS)
- [Bugfix] Failure uploading large files (OneDrive)
- [Bugfix] Mounted drive not visible to some applications (Windows)
- [Bugfix] Login where authentication is required with both password and public key method (SFTP)
- [Bugfix] Failure saving files from applications writing temporary files with certain filename patterns (Dropbox)

Mountain Duck is available from the website at https://mountainduck.io or from the Mac App Store. Many thanks for your continued support!

David Kocher
Yves Langisch

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