Cipher block chaining (CBC) is a method for encrypting large amounts of data with a block cipher that can only encrypt fixed length plaintexts. When used with an unpredictable initialization vector (IV), it is secure against chosen plaintext attacks (CPA-secure).

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Why does my implementation of CBC mode only decrypt the first block correctly? [closed]

I have the following code that uses a CBC mode to encrypt a text by dividing it to 3-elements block. But it only works correctly on the first block which is xored with the IV. ...