OpenSSL DLLs for Total Commander
Direct download link to OpenSSL DLL files for FTPS in Total Commander

Total Commander contains partial support for FTPS protocol. It has to be completed by downloading and copying DLL files from OpenSSL distribution into the Total Commander program folder. According to the instruction in Total Commander it means to download and instal whole OpenSSL and then take the DLLs from the installed OpenSSL. This is quite complicated.

To simplify this task, this page constains direct download links to particular DLLs. Enabling FTPS in the Total Commander is just as easy as downloading these two DLLs and saving them into the folder Program Files\totalcmd.

For 64 bit Total Commander use these dlls, (th 32 in the dll name is ok):

For completenes, the OpenSSL installator is available at



Date: 02/09/2011 14:54   Author: Maciek from Poland   (ip:
Subject: Thank you!
Thanks for this, you saved me a couple of very precious minutes :)

Date: 04/11/2011 20:39   Author: dzsobacsi   (ip:
Subject: SSL for TC
Thank you for the time-saving and simple solution!

Date: 11/01/2012 14:20   Author: Gunnar   (ip:
Subject: SSL for TC
Thanks for proving this help.

Date: 29/01/2012 15:15   Author:   (ip:
Thank You!

Date: 27/03/2012 9:40   Author: promi   (ip:
Subject: SSL for TC
Thanks dude!

Date: 16/04/2012 11:54   Author: fermb   (ip:
Subject: OpenSSL para Total Commander
Very easy. Thanks a lot of.
Muchas gracias, asi es muy facil.

Date: 18/04/2012 14:09   Author: jrp   (ip:
Subject: thanks
Thanks a lot, very useful and easy to configure

Date: 21/05/2012 4:06   Author: BKW   (ip:
Subject: If using the 64 bit Total Commander ...
If you are running the 64 bit version of Total Commander, make sure to download the 64 bit version of Open SSL. The best link is here: Also you will probably need the MS VC 2008 redist here: Then copy the two files shown above to the Total Commander directory.

Here is the master link to all Windows binaries:

PS. Please use this link, rather than the files provided above as these are the latest.

Date: 20/11/2012 9:12   Author: Seba   (ip:
Subject: Thx
Thanks too!

Date: 11/12/2012 3:42   Author: maadat   (ip:
Subject: appreciated
Thank you!

Date: 02/01/2013 13:30   Author: Stefan SK   (ip:
Subject: Thanks to BKW
BKS you saved my time ;-)
It is really necessary to use \'ssleay32.dll\' and \'libeay32.dll\' from Win64OpenSSL Light version.

First I tried to use libraries from this page, but my TC 8.01 64bit crashed all the time I enabled SSL/TLS checkbox.
Your steps solved the problem.
Thank you

Date: 12/02/2013 20:27   Author: Henk-Jan van der Klis   (ip:
Subject: I still miss FTPS; errors remain
After copying the dll\'s and restarting TC I still have the error message in TC that I should instal the opensll-dll\'s. So, what do others after copying the dll\'s? Restart pc as well? What else?

Date: 14/03/2013 19:19   Author: DedaMraz   (ip:
Subject: easy as 1-2-3
Thanks dude! :)

Date: 19/04/2013 9:31   Author: buli   (ip:
Subject: TC 8.01 64bit
Thanks for the clues :) The 64 bit DLLs from this page seems not to be compatible with TC 8.01 64 bit (it crashes). But installing \"Win64 OpenSSL v1.0.1e\" from one of the links above helped - and there was no need to copy any DLLs since they are in Windows directory after installation.

Date: 07/05/2013 12:19   Author: Pal   (ip:
Subject: Thank you
Excelent solution!
Thank you

Date: 07/05/2013 20:06   Author: Natenczas   (ip:
Subject: Dzięki :)
Tego szukałem, serdecznie dziękuję.

Date: 12/05/2013 13:06   Author: BP   (ip:
Subject: Great!
Thanks, you saved my day!

Date: 11/07/2013 11:27   Author: ajv   (ip:
Subject: Does not work
It does not seem to work on Win7 x64.
I get same error error message.

Date: 08/10/2013 22:28   Author: fletcha   (ip:
Subject: Thanks to Stefank SK and BKW
Comined those two posted helped to solve the problem!!!

Date: 06/01/2014 0:48   Author: nyikolaj from romania   (ip:
Subject: Thank you!
Thank you!

Date: 23/01/2014 8:32   Author: Dmitry   (ip:
Subject: Finally my TC knows how to connect to sFTP
Thank you!

Date: 07/02/2014 17:45   Author: Ricardo Suárez   (ip:
Subject: Thanks
Thank you, I was afraid it would take me hours but it took me just few minutes.
Muchas Gracias!!

Date: 14/02/2014 15:38   Author: Sebastian Prodan   (ip:
Subject: Total Commander 8.01 @Win 8.1 x64
Dear friends,

The providen files _don\'t_ work in topical Total Commander 8.01 @ Win 8.1 x64 edition.

So I\'d install OpenSLL 1.0.f and extract the latest OpenSSL-files, which works:

Date: 07/03/2014 16:52   Author: Clementin   (ip:
Subject: OpenSSL
Thx, it works with Win. 8.1x64 good job!

Date: 26/06/2014 13:18   Author: Lukas   (ip:
Subject: Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package
You have to have installed
Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package
too or TOTALCMD will freeze after setting FTPS.

Date: 26/06/2014 13:23   Author: Lukas   (ip:
Subject: Working solution
Sorry about my previous post, you have to have installed c++ package but copying DLLs to totalcmd directory does not work (tested on 8.51a 64b version) simply install OpenSSl and in installation wizard choose copy dlls to windows system directory and thats it!

Date: 13/09/2014 3:27   Author: Det   (ip:
Subject: 32bit
libssl32.dll libeay32.dll
are working
thank you

Date: 05/11/2014 12:21   Author: Marco   (ip: 2a02:120b:2c4d:8e90:540d:be30:ae5f:b305)
Subject: Thank you Sebastian Prodan
Your solution helped me, thanks for the files in your comment!

Date: 24/02/2015 18:15   Author: Sebastian Prodan   (ip:
Subject: Thanks for Feedback
Thanks also for Feedback :)

Date: 10/03/2015 20:45   Author: Lex   (ip:
Subject: DLL
Finaly, It works with Win. 8.1x64

Date: 21/07/2015 11:35   Author: Marian PL   (ip:
Subject: Thank You
Good library and instruction, I used it for TC x64

Date: 18/08/2015 13:40   Author: Stian   (ip:
Subject: Thanks!
Thanks a lot for providing these files.

Date: 02/09/2015 12:20   Author: Andre   (ip:
Subject: UPDATES !!
You can download the newes Version from here:

Just go to your preferred Software, DL the Archive and install the two called DLL\'s

The you will have the best Security for Your FTP Sessions :-)

Date: 16/10/2015 20:10   Author: umetnic   (ip:
Subject: Miro 4 The President!
Much appreciated!

Date: 21/10/2015 12:12   Author: Sergey   (ip:
Thank you!

Date: 11/12/2015 18:57   Author: Bogdan Chise   (ip:
Subject: Gratitude
THX !!!!

Date: 10/01/2016 21:04   Author: coolfire3   (ip:
Subject: wonderful
Thx mate for sharing this!

Date: 06/02/2016 4:04   Author: Jan Jedryka   (ip:
Subject: Thank you
Thank you for your generosity.

Date: 02/04/2016 9:21   Author: Ryszard Moron   (ip:
Subject: Windows Binaries
Hello Miroslaw,
actually openssl binaries cant be downloaded from openssl site. please remove links or insert

Date: 04/04/2016 11:25   Author: Gerd   (ip:
Subject: Solution - please fix your instructions here.
The DLLs provided here are non-functional. They cause TC to crash when trying to enable SSL. Solution: Download and extract libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll to the TC program directory, overwriting any previous versions of the files. This will work.

Date: 13/08/2016 22:00   Author: worech   (ip:
Subject: Thanks!
Works perfectly! Great :-)

Date: 08/09/2016 9:35   Author: Peter Kallok   (ip:
Subject: Thank you
Thank you, it works!

Date: 13/09/2016 12:56   Author: anonymous   (ip:
Subject: awesome!
I was stryggeling for a long time to get the SSL-option sorted in Total Commander. I came across huge files and instructions I didn't understand, but this did the trick in under 2 minutes, thanks!

Date: 21/10/2016 11:56   Author: Kaupo   (ip:
Subject: Good!
Also downloading from https url works.

Big thanks!

Date: 12/12/2016 20:09   Author: Wojtek (Poland)   (ip:
Subject: Good Job!
Thank You for very usefull job:)

Date: 17/01/2017 10:03   Author: Al   (ip:
Subject: Thank you
You saved me some time as others noted, big thanks!

Date: 25/01/2017 15:18   Author: Olli   (ip:
Subject: Works like a charme!
Thanks a lot. Saved me a lot of precious time!

Date: 27/05/2017 17:52   Author: Lars Abrahamsson   (ip:
Subject: It worked in 64-bit Total Commander with the upper files
It worked in 64-bit Total Commander with the upper files, not with the lower as indicated. Confusing.

Date: 06/06/2017 11:18   Author: Manfred Fuchs   (ip:
Subject: Thanks!

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