VirnetX Holding Corp was incorporated in the State of Delaware in August 2005. In November 2006, VirnetX acquired certain patents from SAIC. In July 2007, it effected a reverse merger between PASW, Inc. and VirnetX, which became its principal operating subsidiary. As a result of this merger, the former security holders of VirnetX came to own a majority of its outstanding common stock. On October 29, 2007, it changed its name from PASW, Inc. to VirnetX Holding Corporation. The Company develops software and technology solutions with patented technology for secure communications including 4G LTE security for securing real-time communications over the Internet. Its patented GABRIEL Connection Technology combines industry standard encryption protocols with its patented techniques for automated domain name system, or DNS, lookup mechanisms, and enables users to create a secure communication link using secure domain names over wired or wireless (4G/LTE) networks. It is currently beta testing its GABRIEL Connection Technology as part of its Secure Domain Name Initiative, or SDNI, on various platforms including PCs, smart phones and tablets. It also plans to establish the exclusive secure domain name registry in the United States and other key markets around the world. Its portfolio of intellectual property is the foundation of its business model. It currently own 100 patents in the United States with over 75 pending applications. Its patent portfolio is primarily focused on securing real-time communications over the Internet, as well as related services such as the establishment and maintenance of a secure domain name registry. Its patented methods also have additional applications in operating systems and network security. Its software and technology solutions provide the security platform required by next-generation Internet-based applications such as instant messaging, or IM, voice over Internet protocol, or VoIP, mobile services, streaming video, file transfer and remote desktop. Its technology generates secure connections on a 'zero-click' or 'single-click' basis, significantly simplifying the deployment of secure real-time communication solutions by eliminating the need for end-users to enter any encryption information.