All files and directories that are used to store history, sessions, cookies, etc. on Ubuntu

Description of the issue:
I have a laptop with Kali on it and am “embracing” the spirit of Kali. So I did some things like create a ramdisk on boot and symlinked my cache directory to it. And under .config I linked the cookie, history, and favicon directories to it. But the browser still “remembers” things…

Doing a grep -Rl [[some sites]] in Brave’s .config subdir (~/.config/BraveSoftware/Brave-Browser) I get a few goobly-gook directories (i.e. cdbbhg…); a hit under the SafetyTips directory; many under Default:

Session Storage
Network Action Predictor
Network Persistent State
Local Storage
Local Extension Settings
Top Sites

How can this issue be reproduced?

  1. Every day usage.

Expected result:
I’d like to move as possible to the ramdisk without borking up the browser. What can I remove on my SSD and link up to the ramdisk? Thank you.

Brave Version( check About Brave):

Additional Information:

I’m not really sure. But what about just linking the whole .config/BraveSoftware/Brave-Browser over to the ramdisk?

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