JxBrowser does not encrypt cookies by default. To enable cookies encryption, use the --enable-cookie-encryption Chromium switcher (see the Chromium Switches article to find out how to use Chromium switches).


JxBrowser uses Chromium cookies encryption routines, so it uses the same way to store cookies as Chromium. 


On Linux to encrypt cookies JxBrowser uses GNOME Keyring or KWallet. Although Chromium chooses which store to use automatically, the store to use can also be specified with a command line argument:

  • --password-store=gnome (to use GNOME Keyring)
  • --password-store=kwallet (to use KWallet)


On Windows to encrypt cookies JxBrowser uses only DPAPI. There are no alternatives at the moment.


On macOS, JxBrowser uses the private key stored with the Keychain Application to encrypt cookies with AES encryption.