CERTs RSS Feeds
Would you enjoy having all CERTs publications, blog posts, press releases, news sightings, videos, photos, and more automatically delivered to you in one convenient place? Then RSS is for you. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. Thousands of sites worldwide offer RSS feeds of their most popular content. RSS gives you the option to subscribe to only those specific topics that are of interest to you.
RSS feeds on the CERTs site
When RSS is available, you will see the icon in the bottom left corner of the page, linked to the feed. There are many feeds available, but the ones below are the most popular.
How to Read Your Subscriptions
Before you begin subscribing to RSS feeds, you need to make sure you have a place to read those subscriptions. Subscribers have several options for reading news:
- An online reader like Google Reader.
- A customizable personal portal like my.yahoo.com, iGoogle or netvibes.
- A desktop RSS news reader or aggregator like FeedReader and Vienna.
- An RSS-enabled browser like Safari or Firefox 2.0+.
How to Subscribe to an RSS Feed
Once you have selected and set up your personal site, news reader, or an RSS-enabled browser, you can subscribe to any RSS feed in a number of ways, but the most common is this:
Click the RSS feed link, then cut and paste the URL from your browser’s address bar into your News Reader.
If you use My Yahoo or other web portal sites to read your subscriptions, please follow the procedures described on those sites to subscribe to a feed. Look for text similar to, “Add RSS by URL.” Other readers will also have their own way of doing this.