The OpenSSL Project is excited to announce that OpenSSL 3.2 is expected to be fully released on 16th November, 2023.
In the meantime the OpenSSL 3.2 Beta is currently available. We encourage all OpenSSL users to build and test against the beta release and provide feedback.
OpenSSL 3.2 will be our last release before we transition to a time-based release schedule on a 6-month cadence, with regular feature releases in October and April each year.
A complete summary of the major new features and significant changes in OpenSSL 3.2 can be found in the NEWS file; a more detailed list of changes in OpenSSL 3.2 can be found in the CHANGES file on GitHub.
Please download OpenSSL 3.2 beta1 from here and let us know about any problems you encounter by opening an issue at our github page.
Feedback from the community and your involvement in testing external applications against the next version of OpenSSL is crucial to the continued quality of the OpenSSL releases. Please contact us at email@example.com or on GitHub Discussions