Event 1000, Application ErrorIt seemed odd to me that TurboTax was using a DLL from another folder. It turns out that LIBEAY32.dll is a generic dll used for cryptography and can come with several products. The iCLS Client is separate software from Intel that has nothing to do with TurboTax.
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files (x86)\TurboTax 2012\tt2012.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\iCLS Client\LIBEAY32.dll
So, I made a guess that TurboTax installed it's own version of LIBEAY32.dll in an alternate location and that it's using the wrong one. My fix was to rename the LIBEAY32.dll in the iCLS Client folder to LIBEAY32.dll.old. After this was completed TurboTax started without any issues (well, it still complained missing a digital signature, but the application worked now).