Virnetx (VHC) falls 5.43% to Close at $2.44 on January 14

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Virnetx Holding Corp (NYSE: VHC) shares fell 5.43%, or $0.14 per share, to close Friday at $2.44. After opening the day at $2.58, shares of Virnetx fluctuated between $2.59 and $2.29. 672,084 shares traded hands an increase from their 30 day average of 537,521. Friday's activity brought Virnetx’s market cap to $173,808,169.

Virnetx is headquartered in Zephyr Cove, Nevada..

About Virnetx Holding Corp

VirnetX Holding Corporation is an Internet security software and technology company with patented technology for secure communications including 4G LTE and 5G security. The Company's software and technology solutions, including its secure domain name registry and Gabriel Connection Technology™, are designed to facilitate secure communications and to create a secure environment for real-time communication applications such as instant messaging, VoIP, smart phones, e-Readers and video conferencing. The Company's patent portfolio includes over 190 U.S. and foreign granted patents/validations and pending applications.

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