HackBrowserData is a command-line tool for decrypting and exporting browser data ( passwords, history, cookies, bookmarks, credit cards, download records, localStorage and extension ) from the browser. It supports the most popular browsers on the market and runs on Windows, macOS and Linux.


Installation of HackBrowserData is dead-simple, just download the release for your system and run the binary.

Building from source

only support go 1.18+ with go generics

$ git clone https://github.com/moonD4rk/HackBrowserData

$ cd HackBrowserData/cmd/hack-browser-data

$ CGO_ENABLED=1 go build

Cross compile

Need install target OS’s gcc library, here’s an example of use Mac building for Windows and Linux

For Windows

brew install mingw-w64

CGO_ENABLED=1 GOOS=windows GOARCH=amd64 CC=x86_64-w64-mingw32-gcc go build

For Linux

brew install FiloSottile/musl-cross/musl-cross

CC=x86_64-linux-musl-gcc CXX=x86_64-linux-musl-g++ GOARCH=amd64 GOOS=linux CGO_ENABLED=1 go build -ldflags "-linkmode external -extldflags -static"


You can double-click to run, or use command line.

PS C:\test> .\hack-browser-data.exe -h
   hack-browser-data - Export password|bookmark|cookie|history|credit card|download|localStorage|extension from browser

   [hack-browser-data -b chrome -f json -dir results -cc]
   Export all browingdata(password/cookie/history/bookmark) from browser
   Github Link: https://github.com/moonD4rk/HackBrowserData


   --verbose, --vv                   verbose (default: false)
   --compress, --zip                 compress result to zip (default: false)
   --browser value, -b value         available browsers: all|brave|chrome|chrome-beta|chromium|coccoc|edge|firefox|opera|opera-gx|vivaldi|yandex (default: "all")
   --results-dir value, --dir value  export dir (default: "results")
   --format value, -f value          file name csv|json (default: "csv")
   --profile-path value, -p value    custom profile dir path, get with chrome://version
   --full-export, --full             is export full browsing data (default: true)
   --help, -h                        show help
   --version, -v                     print the version

PS C:\test> .\hack-browser-data.exe -b all -f json --dir results -zip
[NOTICE] [browser.go:46,pickChromium] find browser Chrome success  
[NOTICE] [browser.go:46,pickChromium] find browser Microsoft Edge success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/microsoft_edge_download.json success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/microsoft_edge_password.json success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/microsoft_edge_creditcard.json success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/microsoft_edge_bookmark.json success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/microsoft_edge_cookie.json success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/microsoft_edge_history.json success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/chrome_history.json success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/chrome_download.json success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/chrome_password.json success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/chrome_creditcard.json success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/chrome_bookmark.json success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/chrome_cookie.json success  

Run with custom browser profile folder

If you want to export data from a custom browser profile folder, you can use the -p parameter to specify the path of the browser profile folder. PS: use double quotes to wrap the path.

PS C:\Users\User\Desktop> .\hack-browser-data.exe -b chrome -p "C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Edge\User Data\Default"

[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/chrome_creditcard.csv success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/chrome_bookmark.csv success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/chrome_cookie.csv success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/chrome_history.csv success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/chrome_download.csv success  
[NOTICE] [browsingdata.go:59,Output] output to file results/chrome_password.csv success  

Published by Tamil S

Tamil has a great interest in the fields of Cyber Security, OSINT, and CTF projects. Currently, he is deeply involved in researching and publishing various security tools with Kali Linux Tutorials, which is quite fascinating.

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