A vulnerability scan shows SSH Server Public Key is too Small error (QD 38738)
By default SSH host-keypair size is 1024 bits.
In SGOS 7.1.x and later a new ssh-keypair can be generated with larger key size. In 6.7.x it is hard coded to 1024.
if creating the host key pair with an RSA key, a key size of 2048 bits, 3072 bits, or 4096 bits is possible.
If a lower-bit key is configured for the SSH console, first remove it:
From CLI ensure you are in config and type the following:
# (config ssh-console) delete host-keypair rsa
Next create an RSA key with a size of 2048, 3072 or 4096 bits, as in the following example:
# (config ssh-console) create host-keypair rsa 3072
If using the Management Console to create the host key pair, go to Configuration > Authentication > SSH Inbound Connections > SSH Host Keys. If a lower-bit key is currently specified in the RSA Host Key Pair section, select Delete to remove it before creating a new key. To create a new key, select 2048 , 3072, or 4096. Refer to “Managing the SSH Host Key Pairs” in the SGOS Administration Guide for more information."