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