The LibreSSL project tracks OpenBSD development. Stable releases are derived
from the most recent OpenBSD release, plus security updates as necessary.
Development releases are derived from current OpenBSD development sources.
summarizes many LibreSSL changes.
LibreSSL Portable is known to work well on the following platforms:
Linux (kernel 3.17 or later preferred)
FreeBSD (tested with 9.2 and later)
NetBSD (7.0 and later preferred)
Solaris (11 and later preferred)
Mac OS X (tested with 10.8 and later)
AIX (5.3 and later)
LibreSSL also supports the following Windows environments:
Microsoft Windows (Vista or higher, x86 and x64)
Wine (32-bit and 64-bit)
Builds with Visual Studio 2013 or newer, Mingw-w64 and Cygwin
LibreSSL transitions to a new stable release branch every 6 months in
coordination with the OpenBSD development schedule. LibreSSL stable branches
are updated for 1 year after their corresponding OpenBSD branch is tagged for release. See below for the current stable release branches.