That’s what hacking group Lulz Security is claiming. According to their Twitter and their website, they have cracked the security for Nintendo’s website. Apparently this page of technical stuff is Nintendo’s webserver configuration; I have no idea what any of it means, though. If anyone out there can decipher this and let us know what it means, we’d appreciate it! But what implications could this have on Nintendo? Well, not much. About the only thing is the information from Club Nintendo, which is just emails, passwords, and product registrations. Since Nintendo requires you to input your credit card information each time you buy something from their online store, there is no credit card information to steal.