Freeware and Mirror Downloads
Lymeware Freeware Downloads
The following downloads are the sole property of the Lymeware Corporation but may be used for just about ANY purpose.
Please see the
Freeware License for permitted uses and specific
These freeware products have no implied support but we will be happy to
support any e-mail requests (to
freeware support) as time permits. If you get no response within 72
hours, please be patient and try again.
Freeware Programs and Utilities
These utilities are made available for public consumption, without any warranty of any kind. We hope you find them useful.
DumpASN1 Utility for Windows - Our own win32 binary version of Peter Gutmann's dumpasn1 utility.
GNU UnRTF Utility for Windows - Our own win32 binary version (with our patches) of Zach Smith's RTF to any (like HTML) document convertion utility. His original version can be found here. Zach was also the author of rtf2htm, the predecessor of UnRTF. More info on GNU UnRTF is located here.
The Openssl (0.9.6g) Command line Utility for SPARC/Solaris 2.6, 7 & 8 - Several Solaris binary versions of the OpenSSL-0.9.6g command line utility are avaliable at sunfreeware, and tell'em Andy sent you.
OpenSSL Source Mirror
We at Lymeware not only use OpenSSL internally but also actively support the
toolkit and it's continuing development. As a supporter we provide a United States
mirror site for the toolkit source package. Please note the following:
This source code is subject to the U.S. Export Administration
Regulations and other U.S. law, and may not be exported or
re-exported to certain countries (currently Afghanistan (Taliban-
controlled areas), Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Serbia
(except Kosovo), Sudan and Syria) or to persons or entities
prohibited from receiving U.S. exports (including Denied Parties,
entities on the Bureau of Export Administration Entity List, and
Specially Designated Nationals).
We have created, modified and/or extended several OpenSSL public domain patches for our own internal use.
Since we think it's the right thing to do, we make our modified patches available for ANY use.
The Freeware Attic
Past versions of programs, mirrors and patches are located on our
Freeware & Mirror Attic page.