You would get that k9 type of image from the Cisco web site. Downloading images from Cisco requires a login with appropriate privileges (essentially it needs to be linked to a valid active service contract).
It looks like you are running the IP Base image and that does not support crypto or
You would be able to run the same config (well the same config with some things added to it - but upgrading to the crypto image should not break anything in your existing config).
Your comment about needing to add a username and password is a good suggestion.
Configuring login local may or may not be necessary. If AAA is not enabled then you are correct about configuring login local. But if aaa new-model is configured then login local is the default behavior.
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