I have the identical problem that Joe Bloggs and Gonzalo have above. I installed AxCrypt on my laptop initially with a good password. But have since changed it. It’s a more advanced password for both the website and for new files to be encrypted. That all works fine, but I can still decrypt/encrypt files using the first password, and I get the “local password” message Gonzalo shows above. I don’t want a local password. I thought I changed my password for all my files but apparently I haven’t – I now have two passwords.
The above explanations do not resolve the problem. Further, if I sign into AxCrypt using the more advanced password, and encrypt a brand new file using the same advanced password, I can still encrypt/decrypt that new file using the old unwanted local password. How do I resolve? My goal is to have my single more advanced password required to encrypt all of my files, new and old. Thanks.