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RIPEMD-160 uses precisely the same padding and endianess convention as MD5. Everything is little-endian, with the exception of the order of bits in bytes, which is kept big-endian. If the message is $n$-bit, it is appended a single bit at 1 and $511-((n+64)\bmod512)$ bit(s) at 0 , then the representation of $n$ on 64 bits. The resulting padded message is an ...

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