Active DIs stray voltage protection

Hi! From my understanding, passive DIs are generally preferred on stage if using an active instrument (keyboard, active bass or a buffered output) due to total isolation from the console (which might have phantom accidentally switched on or some other stray voltage). Now my curiosity is the following:

Does the output of an active DI offer protection against high stray voltages (not sure about how common these are but just in case), such that this voltage is not seen at the input? I believe that the active DI output offers a degree of protection against it being already powered and having phantom power available on the XLR output but cannot withstand high voltages (that are unsafe)?

Also, is a passive DI better at offering noise-free operation? Generally the ground lift option and transformer isolation go hand in hand, but it seems that ground lift is also possible when not having transformer isolation.