There is nothing that "can't be cracked" if someone has enough time and is willing to expend enough effort to do it.
You don't see nearly as much hacking on, say, Linux
Most Linux users are more computer savvy and security conscious than the average mum and dad Windows PC user.
Because of the way Linux is built and its permissions, ( most of the time you don't run as root )
Most of the software in the repos ( repositories ) is free last count there are about 70 000 bits of software in the Ubuntu repo alone and they are all clean, if a Linux user enables their firewall, practices good browser security, and only gets software from the official repo their chances of getting infected or hacked are virtually non existent.
And it gets even harder with specialty distros like Puppy Linux, Xenial pup because when these are run live from CD or frugally installed..... Well good luck with that.
It could also have something to do with the fact that the top 17 " hacking based" operating systems are Linux, LOL.
Edited by NickAu, 05 July 2017 - 06:26 AM.