How to Upgrade OpenSSH on Linux

This is a walk-through on how to upgrade your version of OpenSSH. One of the main reasons why an organization needs to upgrade their OpenSSH server is when there are vulnerabilities found on older versions, especially findings from Security Rating solutions provider such as BitSight, SecurityScorecard, and even just Shodan. Everything that I have found so far online will only upgrade the OpenSSH version locally on the host, and when Security Rating solutions companies scan your publicly facing resources, it will appear as if the OpenSSH version was no updated. I did some research and finally found a way to fix the issue. Please watch the video below to find out how.

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