Watson is a .NET tool designed to enumerate missing KBs and suggest exploits for Privilege Escalation vulnerabilities.
- Windows 10 1507, 1511, 1607, 1703, 1709, 1803, 1809, 1903, 1909, 2004
- Server 2016 & 2019
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[*] OS Build Number: 14393
[*] Enumerating installed KBs...
[!] CVE-2019-0836 : VULNERABLE
[!] CVE-2019-0841 : VULNERABLE
[!] CVE-2019-1064 : VULNERABLE
[!] CVE-2019-1130 : VULNERABLE
[!] CVE- 2019-1253 : VULNERABLE
[!] CVE-2019-1315 : VULNERABLE
[*] Finished. Found 6 potential vulnerabilities.
I try to update Watson after every Patch Tuesday, but for potential false positives check the latest supersedence information in the Windows Update Catalog. If you still think there’s an error, raise an Issue with the
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