Processing places sqlite file with Linux

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Firefox stores the whole story in that file and what I want to do is to find in it links which contain the specific keyword, however, what I've tried is not working too precisely and is giving me quite chaotic output: grep --binary-files=text keyword /path/to/places.sqlite. I wonder what would be the best way to process that file and find out all links with keywords using tools on Linux?

Apr 13 in Linux Administration by Aditya
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