On the third floor of Nintendo’s US headquarters, next to the conference rooms named after Mario and Donkey Kong, there’s a door that you can’t open. There’s no boss key or warp pipe here—unless you’re one of the handful of people with a high-security keycard, you’re not getting in.
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The security flaw known as "Heartbleed" could be the worst thing that's ever happened to the internet. Whether or not you're spooked by it, some people are already taking measures. Like...renaming their games on Steam.