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Some people have offered to provide OpenSSL binary distributions for selected operating systems. The condition to get a link here is that the link is stable and can provide continued support for OpenSSL for a while.

Note: many Linux distributions come with pre-compiled OpenSSL packages. Those are already well-known among the users of said distributions, and will therefore not be mentioned here. If you are such a user, we ask you to get in touch with your distributor first. This service is primarily for operating systems where there are no pre-compiled OpenSSL packages.

Important Disclaimer: The listing of these third party products does not imply any endorsement by the OpenSSL project, and these organizations are not affiliated in any way with OpenSSL other than by the reference to their independent web sites here. In particular any donations or payments to any of these organizations will not be known to, seen by, or in any way benefit the OpenSSL project.

Use these OpenSSL derived products at your own risk; these products have not been evaluated or tested by the OpenSSL project.


Third Party OpenSSL Related Binary Distributions
Product Description URL
OpenSSL for Windows Works with MSVC++, Builder 3/4/5, and MinGW. Comes in form of self-install executables. https://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html
OpenSSL for Windows Pre-compiled Win32/64 libraries without external dependencies to the Microsoft Visual Studio Runtime DLLs, except for the system provided msvcrt.dll. https://indy.fulgan.com/SSL/
OpenSSL for Solaris Versions for Solaris 2.5 - 11 SPARC and X86 http://www.unixpackages.com/
OpensSSL for Windows, Linux and OSx Pre-compiled packages at conan.io package manager:
Windows x86/x86_64 (Visual Studio 10, 12, 14)
Linux x86/x86_64 (gcc 4.6, 4.8, 4.9 and 5.2)
OSx (Apple clang)
https://www.conan.io/search?q=OpenSSL

Engines[edit]

Some third parties provide OpenSSL compatible engines. As for the binaries above the following disclaimer applies:

Important Disclaimer: The listing of these third party products does not imply any endorsement by the OpenSSL project, and these organizations are not affiliated in any way with OpenSSL other than by the reference to their independent web sites here. In particular any donations or payments to any of these organizations will not be known to, seen by, or in any way benefit the OpenSSL project.

Third Party OpenSSL compatible engines
Product Description URL
Intel® QuickAssist Technology engine Intel® QuickAssist Technology (http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/embedded/technology/quickassist/overview.html) provides acceleration for a number of cryptographic algorithms. QAT_engine adds support for Intel® QuickAssist Technology to OpenSSL-1.1.0 via the ENGINE framework. The definitive list of algorithms exposed into OpenSSL (a subset of those supported in the device) is defined on the associated github page. https://github.com/01org/QAT_Engine
ATECCX08 engine Support for the Atmel ATECC508A (http://www.atmel.com/devices/ATECC508A.aspx) hardware to provide secure key storage, ECC cryptographic calculations for the ECC NIST P-256 curve, and FIPS certified hardware Random Number Generator. https://github.com/AtmelCSO/cryptoauth-openssl-engine
GOST engine A reference implementation of the Russian GOST crypto algorithms for OpenSSL. The presence of this engine also enables the built-in OpenSSL support for GOST TLS ciphersuites. (Note: this engine is for OpenSSL version 1.1.0 and above. Previous versions of OpenSSL used a built-in GOST engine) https://github.com/gost-engine/engine