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VirnetX’s Potential Licensing Revenue in Billions of Dollars, says Larry Oakley of Investment Newsletter

By January 25, 2010October 12th, 2021Press Releases

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SCOTTS VALLEY, CA., January 25, 2010 — Larry Oakley, editor and publisher of the investment newsletter (, an international investment newsletter published in South Carolina and distributed to investors in 96 countries, in his January 2010 issue stated, “If one looks ahead to VirnetX Holding Corporation’s (NYSE Amex:VHC; potential licensing revenue, based on its number of possible customers & its number of licensing products, I feel that VHC’s licensing program can be described as having a potential of many billions of dollars.”

VirnetX, a secure real-time communications and collaboration technology company, was recently named “Stock Pick of 2010” by the KonLin Letter (, a New York-based investment newsletter published by Konlin Research & Analysis. VHC was listed among the “Best Performing Stocks” for the week ending January 16, 2010 by the Stock Rankings ( The Dick Davis Digest’s January 6, 2010 issue (; Volume 29, Issue 662) featured VHC among the “Stock Picks of 2010”.

“VHC has outstanding appreciation potential in my opinion,” stated Oakley. “It is taking advantage of several universal trends that are growing exceptionally fast, even in this unusual economy. I see the situation as one having the type of growth that companies like MICROSOFT & INTEL had beginning when they were just starting their growth. This is one of the very few situations that will, in my opinion, move ahead with great vigor. My opinion is that this situation will move to almost a double — about $7.00 within the next 12-month period.” To see the full report go to

Dawson James Securities, an institutional research firm based in Boca Raton, Florida, recently reported in its Institutional Research Technology Company Update dated January 7, 2010 ( that VHC “has also benefited from several strong stock recommendations and references in leading financial publications. We are maintaining our BUY rating on VHC due to strong stock and development momentum.” The firm initiated coverage of VHC on December 2, 2009 with a $6 Price Target).

About VirnetX

VirnetX Holding Corporation, a secure real-time communications and collaboration technology company, is engaged in commercializing its patent portfolio by developing a licensing program, as well as developing software products designed to create a secure environment for real-time communications such as instant messaging and Voice over Internet Protocol.  The Company’s patent portfolio includes over 25 U.S. and foreign patents and pending applications which specifically cover the Company’s unique GABRIEL Connection Technology. For more information, please visit

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Greg Wood
VirnetX Holding Corporation