Question related to security of using same seed since Legacy address format

PrimaryHuckleberry11
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I'm just wondering if it makes any sense I'll create a new seed and transfer BTC to the new wallet as I'm using same one for quite a long time now - I started with legacy address format.

I know that since then there were many updates to BTC, like segwit, native segwit, taproot and some of them brought also bits to encryption, like Schnorr signatures etc.

Was the encryption on legacy address format weaker than is today on native segwit/taproot?

If that's case, then it's probably not bad idea to create a new wallet? I mean even though it would be quite unlikely someone breaks even less strong encryption, I suppose the attacker would be able to derive private keys also for my current segwit and taproot addresses?