MalwareBytes has cracked up 69.9% of the Windows 10 operating system on January 1, 2018.
The news comes after Windows 10 for Windows 8.1, Windows 10 Pro, Windows 7 and Windows XP all experienced a massive decline.
Windows 10 on the other hand is still performing well.
MalwareTech reports that Windows 10 on Windows 7 machines has increased by just over 6% while Windows 10 pro has increased a whopping 17.7%.
Windows 10 for Mac has grown by 8.6%, and Windows 10 is up a whopping 10.9%.
Windows 10 OS also has an impressive growth of 10.3%.
Malwarebytes is the first and only company to crack Windows 10’s cracked list.
It released its Windows 10 Crackdown tool back in September and has been working hard on it ever since.
With Windows 10 cracking down, Microsoft could have potentially released a patch that would fix all Windows 10 security issues, which would have been a huge boon to users.
Instead, Microsoft instead chose to give a big thumbs up to the malware developers who are currently making money by exploiting the cracks.
Malwares are making money off the cracks, but it’s their crack that makes the money.
Windows 10 crackdowns are being done on behalf of MalwareBits, an Indian firm which has worked on cracking Windows for years.
MalwareBusters and others are now looking to bring more malware onto Windows 10, which is an unfortunate move for the company.
Microsoft should be looking at increasing its revenue, rather than making profits off the crack.