Fast and simple instructions…
Look up the latest version. The filename will look something like openssl-1.0.2k-i386-win32.zip and openssl-1.0.2k-x64_86-win64.zip (32 or 64 bit, which one depends on your totalcmd install), download and unzip. You will need these 2 files:
Copy these directly into the totalcmd directory (c:\totalcmd). Next, try to check the SSL/TLS checkbox. If you don’t get the error “OpenSSL library not found! To use SSL connections, please download the OpenSSL DLLs from the Internet and put them in the Total Commander directory!” you’re ready to go!
Or just download the latest version of totalcmd (and order a license if you use it regularly)… That one has SSL support finally 100% included.