Upgrade OpenSSL to support TLS 1.2

If you are using Linux, you’ll need to know which distribution you are on. You can run cat /etc/*-release to find this information.

If you are using OS X, we recommend that you upgrade your OpenSSL version using Homebrew. You can run brew install openssl to install the latest version of OpenSSL on your machine, then brew install pythonbrew install rubybrew install php5, or brew install node to install a Homebrew-managed copy of your language. You will also need to reinstall any dependencies you had already installed.

If you are using a Windows machine, your development environment is providing your copy of OpenSSL. You can upgrade this by upgrading your development environment itself, i.e. your installation of Python, Ruby, PHP, or Node.