Thanks for the information. It is true that I am not a cryptologist, but I still worry about the security of my data. I am aware that make a hash is a one-way process and the hash does not allow the password to be closed or returned.
“Your password is sent to the AxCrypt server, so you’ve got to trust AxCrypt, but the hash on its own is useless.”
I personally see this as a problem. I have a password (good or bad) and give it out of hand. To whomever. In this case the Fa Axcrypt. Whoever is the owner of this company, has the HASH of my password. Even if it is a public-key procedure, the hash would be known for my private key. Why not use two different passwords. One for dne account and one for encryption.