Release – Infosec OPML List 1.0

One things I built for myself a number of years ago is Infosec Daily, an information security news aggregation site. I had to keep abreast of sites and topics and I found that it was easier to build an application to do it than to keep trying to dig up the latest story when I needed to figure something out.

More than 200 news sites are aggregated together and sorted by time. They are partially broken out by vulnerabilities, malware, updates and then general news. It helps me keep current and I can peek in a few times a day and get a full picture. Part of the site tracks bloggers in the infosec space. Some of the best information I have found comes from diligent bloggers digging up information and providing analysis.

Because not everyone wants to read their news in a single website, let me share part of the feed list that backs Infosec Daily as an Outline Processor Markup Language (OPML) file. It is not as sorted as Infosec Daily is yet, but it’s a good place to start. You will see some good vulnerability feeds, some comments and some anti-virus and malware analysis sites. I hope you find this useful, it is one of the things I check every morning when I am doing an overnight news roundup. If you feel like sharing links, please do. I will try and maintain this OPML file with the latest additions. It’s obviously incomplete and I bet even some high profile bloggers are missing.

You can download the Infosec OPML file here:

4 Responses to “Release – Infosec OPML List 1.0”

March 09, 2007 at 10:06 am, RSS is the new crack « Conspiracy Point Security News said:

[…] RSS is the new crack I like RSS quite a lot, but I’ve still been beaten for sheer linkages by the very busy sounding Jose Narazio: More than 200 news sites are aggregated together and sorted by time. They are partially broken out by vulnerabilities, malware, updates and then general news. It helps me keep current and I can peek in a few times a day and get a full picture. Part of the site tracks bloggers in the infosec space. Some of the best information I have found comes from diligent bloggers digging up information and providing analysis. […]

March 12, 2007 at 8:36 am, Tom Sellers said:

The website looks great. As a note though, the entries for the Microsoft patches seem to have stopped in October of last year.

Tom

March 15, 2007 at 10:45 pm, Matasano Chargen » Take Me Off Your List! said:

[…] The anonymous “editors” at SecurityFocus-A-Like IT Security Dot Com have whipped out the zero-day on the blogosphere, exploiting an obvious vulnerability (flattery injection) to hijack the keyboards of most of the security blogosphere. In this case, the vector for the attack seems to be a maliciously formatted OPML file. […]

March 16, 2007 at 10:26 am, R. Kerns said:

Not surprisingly I have succumbed to the monster that is the Google Personalized Home page. I personally hate having to move from Fav. Link 1 to Fav. Link 2 and sort through redundant info over and over and over again. I actually got turned on to directing RSS Feeds to a personalized Google home page and now absolutely cannot live without it. Its tabbed so I break out one Tab for all my RSS security news, a second tab for Vulnerabilites, exploits, and more technical feeds and other tabs for cheap geek gear updates (I have to know when my Yoda Bobblehead doll goes on sale now dont I!!!)

Now I just need to add the Atlas RSS Feed to my page!

-EW

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