LinuxSecurity.com's RSS Feeds
What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a format for distributing and sharing web content. RSS is a subset of XML and must conform to the XML 1.0 specification.
Most of the content on LinuxSecurity.com such as news, advisories, and feature stories is available via RSS.
How are these RSS feeds different from the old RDF feeds?
The RDF feeds were based on a very old version of RSS. These new RSS 2.0 feeds include the first paragraph from the article, the source of the article, and other attributes.
How do I use LinuxSecurity.com's RSS feeds?
In order to take advantage of these RSS feeds you need an RSS aggregator, which periodically downloads the RSS file(s) and formats them into a usable format.
Below are links to several popular RSS aggregators:
LinuxSecurity.com RSS Feeds
We offer four RSS feeds which are available below:
Distribution RSS Advisories:
Below you will find a list of 12 of the most popular distributions in use today. Each link will add that specific distribution's Advisory RSS feed based on your computer's settings.
If there are any other distribution's that you think should be added, please contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org