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For security reasons I have Javascript disable in Chrome and I use a whitelist of my "trusted" sites. So If I'm surfing the web and I visit a site that is trusted to me then I add it to that list. Maybe is not the best approach in the world, but is better than allow all.

Where does Google keep the Javascript whitelist so I can export it later? Do you have a better policy to manage the Javascript of the websites ?

By the way, I am using Windows 7 x64 :D

  • UPDATE!:

    The answer given below was really nice but, in my case, I don't have the "Data Sync" folder (maybe because I don't use the Google syncing feature), so I find the javascript whitelist a bit mixed-up within a bunch of JSON data in the preferences file. Do you know at what moment the "Data sync" folder is created?

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The list is stored as a JSON blog inside of a SQLite database. The database file can be found at:

%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Sync Data\SyncData.sqlite3

Inside that database, the row in the metas database where the non_unique_name is profile.content_settings.exceptions.javascript the specifics column contains the JSON payload.

  • Firsty, thanks for your reply. I have a problem with that, I don't see the "Sync Data" folder (I have all Windows files visible), maybe is because I never use the "sync" feature from Google. But I was doing some researching work and I found out that list in JASON format (but in a very meshy way) in the "preferences" file in: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\ I am trying t get it from there... :S – NullPointer666 Jul 8 '15 at 13:11
  • Ps: I was trying to use mini-Markdown formatting, as code with backticks, in the comment before and It doesn't work (I am new posting here ~_~), so I left it in that way ¬¬. – NullPointer666 Jul 8 '15 at 13:22

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