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Although you have taken good precautions against loss or theft of your laptop, you remain vulnerable to electronic attacks. In particular browser-based malware could take control of your computer and steal your PGP key.

The point of using subkeys is that you keep the master key somewhere really safe - which is not your everyday laptop. There have been other questionsother questions on here about where to keep your keys safe. A popular suggestion was to print out a QR code encoding of your key, and keep the printout safe.

Yes

Although you have taken good precautions against loss or theft of your laptop, you remain vulnerable to electronic attacks. In particular browser-based malware could take control of your computer and steal your PGP key.

The point of using subkeys is that you keep the master key somewhere really safe - which is not your everyday laptop. There have been other questions on here about where to keep your keys safe. A popular suggestion was to print out a QR code encoding of your key, and keep the printout safe.

Yes

Although you have taken good precautions against loss or theft of your laptop, you remain vulnerable to electronic attacks. In particular browser-based malware could take control of your computer and steal your PGP key.

The point of using subkeys is that you keep the master key somewhere really safe - which is not your everyday laptop. There have been other questions on here about where to keep your keys safe. A popular suggestion was to print out a QR code encoding of your key, and keep the printout safe.

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Yes

Although you have taken good precautions against loss or theft of your laptop, you remain vulnerable to electronic attacks. In particular browser-based malware could take control of your computer and steal your PGP key.

The point of using subkeys is that you keep the master key somewhere really safe - which is not your everyday laptop. There have been other questions on here about where to keep your keys safe. A popular suggestion was to print out a QR code encoding of your key, and keep the printout safe.