> The example in "man encrypt" is the culprit. It extracts the bits from
> each byte upwards into the bit vector, i.e. offset 0 = bit 0 from byte 0,
> offset 1 = bit 1 from byte 0, offset 2 = bit 2 from byte 0 and so on.
> If doing it as in the Claws Mail source code, the ciphertext is the same
> for all three DES APIs. Claws Mail unpacks the bits in decreasing (!) order.
> That looks promising.
The following patch would be one solution:
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