So I am trying to write my own backdoor with python and it is something like Metaploit, where you can run a single command and it would do the work for you, so I am trying to implement a cookie decoder/decrypter, so I started doing it on my own Host machine and I decided to start with Microsoft Edge, the path the Microsoft Edge stores the cookies is C:\Users\Your_User_Name\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Edge\User Data\Default\Network\Cookies or at least that is what google says, and obviously when you open that file you are going to see unreadable text.
I tried researching for ways to decrypt it, I asked gpt4, gpt3.5, looked in stackoverflow, looked in reddit nothing helped, all the scripts that I found were for chrome (even the ones for chrome are not getting chrome's cookies properly).
I recently watched John Hammond's YouTube video (He tried to hack me...) where he was analyzing a malware, and I saw that the one that he was analyzing was going into some specific directories for wallets, browsers etc., possibly extracting the cookies and trying to send it to the attacker, that means that it is not impossible to decrypt cookies.
I actually do remember on the top of my head the someone told me that mimikatz (kiwi) would help with this kind of stuff, but I did not find anything useful.
And even though mimikatz could help it would be quite dangerous if I embed mimikatz into my backdoor since mimikatz is easily detectable by almost every AV. But for a starting point if mimikatz would help I would appreciate it.
So my question is how can I decrypt browser Cookies into JSON format that would be accepted by the "Cookie-Editor" extension.