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How may I dedect the current Open SSL version on a windows Server ?

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Hi,

I need to discover the installed OpenSSL Version of a windows Server and if OpenSSL is active.  

I need to ...
a)  ... check if OpenSSL is installed on a windows Server
b) ... check if OpenSSL is used

Thank you
Sascha
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OpenSSL has not been used by Microsoft.  If you have some open source software installed, it may be included in that.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/security/archive/2014/04/10/microsoft-devices-and-services-and-the-openssl-heartbleed-vulnerability.aspx
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Search for ssleay32.dll and libeay32.dll, right click them, details tab, product version.
note you may have multiple instances of those files on your machine, as many products install their own.

As already stated though, Windows does not come by standard with OpenSSL (and ms commercial software, including outlook, IIS etc doesn't use it)
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by:Sa5cha
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Thank you both for that fast reply, the mashines i am checking are MS Servers but they use apache/tomcat as thier webapp server,  i just have to check  if there is a running OpenSSL instance on these machines.

Both answers will help me. Thank you a lot
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