October 4, 2022 at 17:38 #28932
I have use Axcrypt for several years. Following a recent system crash
I needed to reinstall your product. I was unable to complete this process
as I had lost my Axcrypt password in the crash. I then installed the ‘old’
(pre-crash) vesion 1.7.2976.0 hoping I could then access my encrypted
files. However I see this error when trying to open abcd.AXX …
Failed assertion in Crypt.cpp at line 2249
Error loading signiture XML from ‘Sigs.xml’
Maybe I was negligent in having my passwords & applicatios
on the same system !! I hope you can help me gain access the the
many encrypted file I have accumlated over a long period.October 6, 2022 at 08:32 #28951
Hello Don Irwin,
We are stopped developing new features and fixing issues for the legacy version(AxCrypt 1.x). we will not be actively developing 1.x, nor will support be a priority. We are advising users to use AxCrypt 2.x latest.
You can open/decrypt the previously encrypted document(1.x) with the latest version(2.x). Still, you can open/decrypt the old encrypted files with the original file password(which was used in the file encryption process).
AxCrypt 1.x and 2.x are compatible in the sense that 2.x can open all files secured with 1.x. In addition to that, 2.x implements of lot of new rich features, while some functions of 1.x are deprecated. Files secured with AxCrypt 2.x are not possible to open with AxCrypt 1.x. You cannot have both AxCrypt 1.x and 2.x installed at the same time.
If you open files encrypted with a different password than your sign in password, which often is the case directly after upgrading to version 2, you will be prompted for that original password. If the file was encrypted with version 1, it will then be automatically upgraded to version 2 and to use the new sign in password which means you won’t be prompted again for the old password.
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