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OpenSSL for Windows XP

Just follow this link:    http://www.slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html

Update:
  • The version currently for download, is 1.0.0 - since May 4, 2010
  • Thanks to Joe Peters, who left a comment below, we have a link on compiling OpenSSL for windows

Print | posted on Thursday, March 8, 2007 3:22 AM |

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# re: OpenSSL for Windows XP

Gj...Thanx ;)
2/5/2008 11:05 PM | Corvus_albus
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# to: Corvus_albus

Glad to know I helped, Corvus
2/6/2008 10:52 AM | Angel Eyes
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# re: OpenSSL for Windows XP

slproweb's a good website.. lol :)
3/26/2009 8:02 PM | türk porno izle
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# re: OpenSSL for Windows XP

Also note you can get OpenSSL for both 32- and 64-bit Windows using only free software. There is a simple description on how to use the MinGW-w64 toolchain at http://www.blogcompiler.com/2011/12/21/openssl-for-windows/
12/28/2011 5:38 PM | Joe Peters
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# re: OpenSSL for Windows XP

has any one noticed that heart bleed only appeared after they turned off the xp server support why may you ask the reason for it is simple the xp support servers handled the openssl security pretty good and when the servers was turned off what happened all measures of problems
I have decripted the win 7 8 and 8.1 os systems and the problems with these is that none of them support openssl the way xp did
in 7 8 and 8.1 there are a number of security issues that have not been addressed this will lead to a really big problem later on the simple solution to all the problems is turn the servers back on and wait 3 days you will see the effect security will be back to normal
4/18/2014 7:47 PM | andrew bell
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