I have Electrum 3.1.3 (windows) installed with an encrypted wallet, which is accessed over a VPN.
I accidentally opened the Electrum program without VPN protection, but the encrypted wallet (default_wallet) wasn't opened (i.e. I didn't enter the wallet password to open it).
So, is there a chance that the wallet addresses got relayed to electrum nodes with my non-VPN ip-address and in turn got compromised?
Reason for the question
When the Electrum program was clicked open, a lot of network packets were send & received, even though the wallet wasn't open.