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What's the equivalent of the Firefox add-on CookieCuller for Google Chrome?

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Well you can use any of from these three extensions of Chrome:

Features of Cookie Manager:

Search through cookies
See all cookies
See cookies from sub domains
See cookies from current domain
Delete all cookies (note: some cookies recreate itself after deletion. So it may appear again in the list after deletion)
Delete cookies from a particular domain
Delete particular cookie
Add new cookie
Edit existing cookie

Vanilla Cookie manager:

With Vanilla you can select which cookies you want to keep on a whitelist. All unwanted cookies are deleted automatically (or manually if you prefer).

Features of Edit This Cookie:

Delete any cookie
Edit any cookie
Add a new cookie
Search a cookie
Protect a cookie (read-only)
Block cookies (cookie filter)
Export cookies in JSON, Netscape cookie file (perfect for wget and curl), Perl::LPW
Import cookies in JSON
Limit the maximum expiration date of any cookie

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Thanks. I decided to go with Edit This Cookie. –  Miscreant Nov 25 '12 at 14:32
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Edit This Cookie is the closest one to Cookie Culler, because of the ability to protect cookies. –  thenonhacker Oct 13 '13 at 7:10

CookieCuller allegedly let's you see if and how (encrypted, plaintext) a cookie is transmitted.

Does any of the aforementioned alternatives have a similar feature? if so, which? i read thru the feature list twice but couldn't tell myself.

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