Binary distributions of OpenSSL static libraries

The official source of OpenSSL software is the OpenSSL website. One can download OpenSSL source codes archives and compile them for a given platform. The compilation work can sometimes be quite tedious and may require a specific knowledge or tools, especially for exotic platforms.

We, at TeskaLabs, set up this page because we frequently compile OpenSSL for various platforms for our internal purposes and this may save some time to other developers. Binary distribution archives available on this page contains a statically linked OpenSSL libraries and header files. There are no other files (such as binaries like ./bin/openssl) included in this distribution. Developers can directly use them in their projects and save a bit of time.

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This page is updated time to time with newer versions of OpenSSL libraries or new platforms.

Android

OpenSSL 1.0.2o for Android
CPU architectures: arm64-v8a, armeabi, armeabi-v7a, x86, x86_64, mips, mips64
SHA-256: 9612a455858774c3fa9708eaa81fd436026f337c818d687a2d3cc20b7555a870
Compiled by Android NDK 16.1.4479499
Binary distribution created at 27nd Apr 2018

OpenSSL 1.0.2n for Android
CPU architectures: arm64-v8a, armeabi, armeabi-v7a, x86, x86_64, mips, mips64
SHA-256: 6e7acdb6620b54e4ef1cedfcfe11603ed3f48c0b0e5711362881b486eed07eb1
Compiled by Android NDK 15.2.4203891
Binary distribution created at 23rd Dec 2017

iOS

OpenSSL 1.0.2o for iOS
CPU architectures: armv7, armv7s, arm64, i386 (Simulator), x86_64 (Simulator)
SHA-256: d487ccdff18262eca87dd152bdc3a00562187877f1acb2f2d002032be31303e5
Compiled by iOS SDK 11.2 (15C107) & Xcode 9.2 (9C40b)
Binary distribution created at 27nd Apr 2018

OpenSSL 1.0.2n for iOS
CPU architectures: armv7, armv7s, arm64, i386 (Simulator), x86_64 (Simulator)
SHA-256: 47555c61a9ca827d9e0bced39b274f6bffdb0de300e3283b207c02d9e01f2948
Compiled by iOS SDK 11.2 (15C107)
Binary distribution created at 23rd Dec 2017

Windows

OpenSSL 1.0.2l for Windows x86 (32 bit)
SHA-256: 1db5347e3ba09edf299b3a674ecc717a5dbee9efa2a9ff172aa52984aedb66f6
Compiled by MSVC 2013
Binary distribution created at 6th Aug 2017

Windows Phone 8.1

OpenSSL 1.0.2l for Windows Phone 8.1 ARM
SHA-256: 31d8349e1b37f776eadd070bd09ecb3943ee980a67caf967b6f1cb8ef1b9b257
Compiled by MSVC 2015
Binary distribution created at 6th Aug 2017

OpenSSL 1.0.2l for Windows Phone 8.1 x86 (32bit)
SHA-256: 432c026342abaf56ed2286c2264444a3c8b4cc123fd8ebba37b866b44505cf44
Compiled by MSVC 2015
Binary distribution created at 6th Aug 2017


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