I am a university student currently trying to demonstrate exploitation of the SMBGhost Vulnerability on Windows 10 (Version: 1903, Build Number: 18362.356). I need to provide evidence that the vulnerability exists. However when using Nessus (Community Edition) within my Kali Linux environment. The vulnerability does not get detected, however when using a SMBGhost Scanner on github it says my Windows 10 host is vulnerable. Please can I get advice as to how to configure my Nessus in order for it to show that the SMBGhost vulnerability exists.
There's also a Metasploit module
exploit/windows/local/cve_2020_0796_smbghost, which requires a session. More details here.
I would go with a Nmap scan first:
nmap -p445 --script cve-2020-0796 <<target>>