I'm planning on running some bitcoin wallets I would like to be extra resilient to hack attempts. I plan on installing them on an encrypted usb stick and only interacting with the stick with linux commands, decrypting and mounting through the wsl2 interface.
So is running a linux-version wallet under emulated linux with wsl2 any more secure than running the windows version of the same program?
Or if someone was to get access to windows through some security vulnerability, would they just as easily be able to hijack my linux shell to read my actions or get the contents of my usb (assuming I am actively using the computer and have unlocked the usb to use the wallet myself normally through linux)
Am I wasting my time here?