While creators of the rogue antivirus application are still lucky in deceiving the unaware computer users, some companies seem to experience hard times. This time, the rogueware XP Antivirus 2012 has made lots of troubles to computer users who still visit suspicious sources, and download programs from websites that should never be trusted.
However, in this case companies like CA Technologies (NASDAQ:CA
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) have lots of work to protect computer users from the spreading malware. Unfortunately, the stock of CA has recently been in trouble. For some time already, the share has been dropping and has reached $22.10 after the last trading. It seems that investors aren't so much interested in the company, or just the financial side of the company started to worry them.
However, the company is doing well. According to the annual report, CA Technologies increased their profit a little bit, from $3,6 billion to $3,7 billion. At the same time, total current liabilities went up from $3,6 billion in 2010 to $3,9 billion in 2011. While CA Technologies is still able to cover its expenses, the long-term debt remains in the financial statements of the company.
All in all, although CA seems to be doing great business and expanding its forces, the creators of rogueware such as XP Antivirus 2012 seem to be making even more money from the unaware computer users. In case you have problems with this fake antivirus software, be sure to follow the removal instructions