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  • 1. First we get the `item_id` for that `comment`. Adapt the -C[N] parameter for your use. 2. Then we show the bookmark's `title` (or `url`). With that in your hand it's a matter of seconds to open Firefox's library and find the bookmark. Handy for eg. forensics or better sanitize of a place.sqlite before sharing it (on the cloud). It sure has room for improvement. Show Sample Output

    sqlite3 -list places.sqlite 'SELECT item_id, content FROM moz_items_annos ;' | grep -A9 "string" ; sqlite3 places.sqlite 'SELECT title FROM moz_bookmarks WHERE .fk = <item_id number> ;'
    datruche · 2015-10-31 19:32:52 0

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To get internet connection information .
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