Let me guess... You just open the Flipper and it shows that you do not have the openssl command on your PATH and you have no idea how to do this, right?
All right, keep calm, drink a coffee and pay attention to the following steps.
You need to download the openssl binaries. This basically will execute the openssl on your computer.
Click on this link and the download will begins.
Now, unzip your file on some folder (i recommend you to do this on
C:\ directory) and rename the unzipped folder to
openssl just for organization.
Is very quickly and simple do this.
- Go to your environment's variables, you can just search this on Windows menu;
- On this window, you will do all on User's Variables, NOT on System's Variables. Scroll to
pathoption and click on it;
- Select the
Editoption on bottom side;
- Select the
Newoption on right side;
- If you did as I suggested (unzip the openssl folder on
C:\directory), then you will paste
C:\openssl\x64\bin, otherwise, paste the path to the openssl folder until the
Now all its done. Click Ok on all windows, open your terminal and type
If it doesn't shows the openssl version, reboot your computer and try again. if it still doesn't work, do all steps again and
if it still doesn't work, let me know in the comments... I will be happy on help you ^^.