You can update your hosts step-ssh version in a few quick steps.
Step 1: SSH to your host as a user with root access. (Keep the hostname handy, you will need it later)
Step 2: Run all steps as the root user.
Step 3: Install the latest step-ssh utilities
- Install on Ubuntu & Debian (DEB package)
curl -LO https://dl.step.sm/s3/ssh/docs-ssh-host-step-by-step/step-ssh_latest_amd64.deb && dpkg -i step-ssh_latest_amd64.deb
Install on CentOS or Amazon Linux 2 (RPM package)
curl -LO "https://dl.step.sm/s3/ssh/docs-ssh-host-step-by-step/step-ssh_latest_x86_64.rpm" && yum -y install step-ssh_latest_x86_64.rpm
Step 4: Activate the PAM/NSS Modules & HUP SSHD
step-ssh activate "$hostname"