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OpenSSL is a command-line tool for cryptographic operations such as generating private keys, creating digital certificates, and encrypting/decrypting data.

To install OpenSSL on Windows, you can follow these steps:

Download the latest OpenSSL binary installer from the official website.

Win32/Win64 OpenSSL Installer for Windows - Shining Light Productions

Click on the above link to download OpenSSL for Windows

Choose a directory where OpenSSL will be installed (e.g., C:\OpenSSL).

Browse the location to Install OpenSSL

Select Additional Task to copy OpenSSL DLLs

Select /bin directory for OpenSSL binaries

After installation, add the OpenSSL bin directory to your system's PATH environment variable.

Set the environment variable to make it accessible from the command prompt

Check the OpenSSL Version

Check the OpenSSL Version
Alternatively, if you have Git for Windows installed on your system, you can use the openssl.exe that comes with it.
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