I’ve a little question : on the cloud page, it’s stated that :
“all your data that is stored on our Nextcloud instance is encrypted! This means that no one is able to see the content of your files if not explicitly allowed by you. Not even the system administrators.”
I have my own nextcloud instance and I tried to do the same (prevent the admin to read user data). However in the nextcloud official documentation (https://docs.nextcloud.com/server/13/admin_manual/configuration_files/encryption_configuration.html) it’s said that “The encryption app […] does not prevent Nextcloud administrators from reading user’s files”.
Could you explain me how do you achieve the disroot’s client encryption ? (I guess it’s with the user password but how ?)