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OpenSSL "image not found" issue

I'm trying out AppSpector for the first time with an iOS app. I have installed with Carthage and integrated, but when I run in the Simulator the app crashes with the following error:

dyld: Library not loaded: @rpath/openssl.framework/openssl
  Referenced from: /Users/myuser/Library/Developer/CoreSimulator/Devices/9F207BCC-1BF5-4677-B69E-A8F84E024062/data/Containers/Bundle/Application/7E35FC9B-738B-4185-A6C2-AA8F55150607/my.app/Frameworks/AppSpectorSDK.framework/AppSpectorSDK
  Reason: image not found

So I thought "okay, maybe they forgot to tell us about an openssl dependency" and I looked around, found an openssl framework to add to the project, but I still get the same error. Is there a step missing from the setup guide? Something wrong with the binary retrieved by Carthage?