This Zdnet article focuses on the vulnerabilities found in over 2 million IoT devices due to p2p component flaws. The products that are affected by those flaws are every day products that a lot of people have in their homes. These products include :IP cameras, baby monitors, smart door bells and DVR’s. Security research discovered that their were two main component flaws; “the first “allows attackers to rapidly discover devices that are online,” while the second “allows attackers to intercept connections to devices and perform man-in-the-middle attacks” and “to steal the password to a device and take control of it. “This article lists certain Android apps and specific UID identifiers on devices are most vulnerable. It is important to protect yourself from hackers. Check this article out to see if you have any products that may be at risk.