Get Rss Feed data on cross domain using .Net 1.1

I'm currently using .Net 1.1 for code development and plan to get Rss feed data on another website. Using  HttpWebRequest on  WebRequest.Create("url") will return an error stating - "Additional information: Unrecognized attribute 'useUnsafeHeaderParsing'", then I  checked the web.config and 'useUnsafeHeaderParsing  setting was already set to true. I found a blog that this can be overridden to change during run time but it is on .Net 2.0.  
There is also an API URL that I can used to get the json data but jsonp is not supported in .Net 1.1.

 Please advise on how to achieved this with .Net 1.1.

. Thanks.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
.NET Framework 1 is gone from any supported Windows Operating System (not installed). It died with XP. You should develop in a newer version of .NET Framework.

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MaxStephenAuthor Commented:
Thanks John, so this means that I can't get the RSS data from the other website using .Net 1.1?  
I don't think that we are going to update the application soon.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Nothing modern supports .NET 1.1 anymore (and has not done so for years). You really need to upgrade.
MaxStephenAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your input John. I've been trying to resolve this problem and I can't get it done because of the technology limitation. As workaround, probably we need to input the data manually using HTML tags.
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