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Looking for free openssl that will install on Windows 7

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Looking for free openssl that will install on Windows 7. Is there one with a gui interface?
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is Stunnel a good option as well?
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Stunnel is a wrapper for SSL connections, you would still need to install OpenSSL.

What are you trying to accomplish?
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Easy way to create certificate requests.
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Ravi Agrawal earned 500 total points
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Putty was a good one. I tried it a couple of years ago. But I don't know if it has GUI. The command line version was perfect.

www.putty.org

Has a couple of tutorials that are easy to follow. Please excuse me if I pointed you where you were not looking at.

Ravi.
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