Now, Let's explore all of them.
1. History File
Note: Again, you can only view the database if Chrome is closed.
Open the Database by pressing CTRL+O.
In Data Structure Tab, we can see all the Structure of the database. Using the tool, we can make a program that can access and read the Chromes Cache without seeing the source code.
In the Browse Data Tab Choose the Table Downloads to access and view the list of files that has been downloaded including the location.
You can even see the Keywords that you have used while searching by choosing keyword_search_terms Table
urls Table: Complete list of the previously visited web sites
2. Bookmarks File - This is where Favorites are saved
Using WinBubble "Open with Notepad" you can easily open the file.
This is really important because if you want to create a program that can sync the bookmarks to several computers. That's great!
3. Cookies file
This is where the cookies are stored. How about the encrypted ones? (username and passwords...Look For Web Data File) It's encrypted, you need to decrypt the value to see the actual password. Please Read here
There are many exciting things that you can discover in this data... I'm sure in the coming days... There are many programs that will be created and provide an interface to these information's.
4. Thumbnails file – This is where the thumbnails are stored. If you want to refresh the pictures. Simply delete the file.
This will be the results… As soon as you visit the website, It will be updated.
Please continue Exploring the other files.
Especially the Preference File (Clue: use WinBubble Context Menu again)
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