Download OpenSSL for Windows.
The OpenSSL project does not distribute any code in binary form, and does not officially recommend any specific binary distributions. An informal list of third party products can be found on the wiki.Some third parties provide OpenSSL compatible engines. The OpenSSL project does not endorse or officially recommend any specific third party engines.
The OpenSSL software is developed using a Git repository. Read-only access to the repository is available at git.openssl.org. We also maintain a downstream clone on GitHub, athttps://github.com/openssl/openssl on GitHub. This repository is updated with every commit and is accessible through a number of protocols.
On the OpenSSL repository we only support the git protocol. Use the following command to clone the git repository including all available branches and tags:
$ git clone git://git.openssl.org/openssl.git
Access to specific branches is possible via the standard branch and checkout commands. See the discussion of branch naming below for more information.
On Windows, once the repository is cloned, you should ensure that line endings are set correctly:
$ cd openssl $ git config core.autocrlf false $ git config core.eol lf $ git checkout .