Embed SSL and TLS protocols support into your great projects

OpenSSL for Mac

OpenSSL for Mac

  -  17.2 MB  -  Freeware
TLS and SSL cryptographic protocols can be implemented into your projects using the OpenSSL for Mac tool. This is basically an open source library which is compatible with several operating systems for securing data that you transfer online.

Internet Data Transfer Security

SSL and TSL protocols are commonly utilized for securing online communications. They do this using authentication keys and data encryption which keep important messages confidential.

The software gives you a reliable method for generating security keys and encrypting data. That way, sensitive information can be transferred safely online. The “C” language was used to develop the main library. There is even a command line tool which can give you access to each cipher and algorithm that is available.

Multiple Encryption Algorithms Supported

There are several encryption algorithms supported by this tool. The console can be used to generate personal certificates and keys with AES, DES, SHA-1, or MD5. Cryptography algorithms which use public keys are also supported by the library, including DSA and RSA.

Documentation is not included with the download package. However, there are numerous online resources available which explain how to implement algorithms. Since it is an open source community, you can contribute your own material to it as well.

The console is where the tools are used in this package. An inexperienced user who is only familiar with graphical interfaces might have trouble in this case. Plus, a user must know a lot about cryptography standards and encryption algorithms to successfully use the library.

Overall, OpenSSL for macOS is a powerful utility for managing and creating public keys, private keys and certificates for all kinds of projects.

Also Available: Download OpenSSL for Windows

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