Online password managers, such as LastPass, have been hacked in the past, and will be hacked in the future. The key point of why they are hacked is “Online”. Why would you want to use a password stored online to encrypt a files stored locally in the first place? Even some cloud storage vendors use zero-knowledge policy and they don’t have access to its users’ passwords.
I deleted AxCrypt form my computers.
You know, in most cases, security and convenience is mutually exclusive in computer world. I’d rather prefer security rather than convenience.