What is RSS?
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a file format used on the internet to easily share information across many different types of systems. RSS is a form of XML (an acronym for extensible markup language) and is simply a list of headlines and sometimes a short summary with a link to the entire content. This list is automatically updated so you always have the latest information right at your fingertips.
How can I get RSS Feeds?
You can "subscribe" to an RSS feed by simply pasting a feed link into any RSS reader of aggregator. Most current web browsers offer the ability to subscribe directly in the browser. Some examples include Firefox Live Bookmarks and Internet Explorer 7 Feeds.
Some other ways to subscribe to RSS Feeds
Web-based aggregators allow you to check your feeds from any internet connected web browser. Numerous free services are available such as www.bloglines.com, www.google.com/reader, my.yahoo.com and many more.
What Free RSS Feeds does SANS offer?
To subscribe, simply paste any of the below links into your favorite RSS reader.