ZDNet.com ran an article today stating that RSS Feeds may present a security risk to subscribers. You can read about it here:
Blog feeds may carry security risk
The question should arise, "What about Quikonnex RSS Feeds?"
- Quikonnex subscribers using the Quikonnex DeskView or QuikView applications to view non-Quikonnex RSS Feeds will not see the HTML code used in those feeds. Quikonnex Publisher's feed can contain HTML, but non-Quikonnex Publisher's cannot. This is not only for the protection of the subscriber, but for protection of the Quikonnex servers.
My business partner, Carolyn, and I have often used the term "Trusted Information Providers" or TIPS to describe publishers in the Quikonnex community. This is the real way to protect yourself on the Net. Seek information from trusted providers. It's this trust that keeps our publishers working through Quikonnex to reach their subscribers and creates synergies with publishers working with each other.
Doesn't hurt to be careful, but home4success was on target also- depends on whose feeds you publish.
Good points Jim. I am so thankful that the publishers in the Quikonnex community have you and Carolyn to rely on for information. This is the best system out there and you offer so much to the publishers. Your care and support can't be beat. Thanks so much.
Good article Jim.
I believe in the integrity of the Deskview System and the awesome power of Quikonnex.
I have always liked the way you guys do business. I stand for the same things as you. Reliability, honesty and integrity.
Hats off to all you do for us!