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Kiwi Syslog Security Service

Updated April 6th, 2016


When performing a network security scan, a vulnerability issue may be reported on the Windows registry key System\CurrentControlSet\Services\KiwiSysLogServer\SendData key, which is in the Network access: Remotely accessible registry paths and sub-paths policy object (Administrative Tools > Local Security Settings > Local Policies > Security Options).  

Note: On Windows XP, this security setting was called Network access: Remotely accessible registry paths.


  • Kiwi Syslog


The SendData key is required for successful communication between the service host and Kiwi Syslog and cannot be deleted. If the key is deleted, it will be recreated by the service host the next time the service host and Syslog interact. 





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