@TheFuzzStone Do you use Qubes? Because if you run your wallets in a VM and do everything else on the host, your host can get compromised and then virtualization won't help a lot 😉
@gandalf86, No, I don't use Qubes. I use the virtual machine's encrypted images when I need to perform some transaction.
I keep small amounts on Android. I have a couple of wallets that I use on Android that I don't use anywhere else.
I even have a mnemonic phrase generated in 2016 on Android in Mycelium wallet. This kind of test with a couple of bucks in it, but I keep importing that phrase every time I buy a new phone.
@gandalf86, with only my wallet password the attacker cannot steal my crypto. He needs to steal either the wallet file or the mnemonic phrase or private keys.
The mnemonic phrase/private keys are inserted only once into your wallet to restore it.
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