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Check if all WannaCry related Hotfixes are installed

I was asked if there is an easy way to check the complete Active Directory for systems that miss the WannaCry related Hotfixes are installed.

Yep! And it’s even easy to do.

Update:
Based upon several requests, I also published a small tool that could do the Job. You will find the tool (freeware) on GitHub.

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Check System for CVE-2017-0290

A code-execution vulnerability was found in the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine with Engine Version before 1.1.13704.0. This vulnerability is known as CVE-2017-0290.

The good news: Microsoft already released a fix for this issue!

Here is a quick way to check if a system is vulnerable:

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# Returns a Bool (yep. just True or False) for CVE-2017-0290 vulnerability
(Get-MpComputerStatus).AMEngineVersion -ge '1.1.13704.0'
# If you see False you should update your Defender Definition File As Soon Ass Possible (ASAP)
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