Bluelog Package Description

Bluelog is a Linux Bluetooth scanner with optional daemon mode and web front-end, designed for site surveys and traffic monitoring. It’s intended to be run for long periods of time in a static location to determine how many discoverable Bluetooth devices there are in the area.

Source: http://www.digifail.com/software/bluelog.shtml
Bluelog Homepage | Kali Bluelog Repo

  • Author: Tom Nardi
  • License: GPLv2

Tools included in the bluelog package

bluelog – Bluetooth site survey tool
root@kali:~# bluelog -h
Bluelog (v1.1.2) by Tom Nardi "MS3FGX" (MS3FGX@gmail.com)
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Bluelog is a Bluetooth site survey tool, designed to tell you how
many discoverable devices there are in an area as quickly as possible.
As the name implies, its primary function is to log discovered devices
to file rather than to be used interactively. Bluelog could run on a
system unattended for long periods of time to collect data.

Bluelog also includes a mode called "Bluelog Live" which creates a
webpage of the results that you can serve up with your HTTP daemon of
choice. See the "README.LIVE" file for details.

For more information, see: www.digifail.com

Basic Options:
    -i <interface>     Sets scanning device, default is "hci0"
    -o <filename>      Sets output filename, default is "devices.log"
    -v                 Verbose, prints discovered devices to the terminal
    -q                 Quiet, turns off nonessential terminal outout
    -d                 Enables daemon mode, Bluelog will run in background
    -k                 Kill an already running Bluelog process
    -l                 Start "Bluelog Live", default is disabled

Logging Options:
    -n                 Write device names to log, default is disabled
    -m                 Write device manufacturer to log, default is disabled
    -c                 Write device class to log, default is disabled
    -f                 Use "friendly" device class, default is disabled
    -t                 Write timestamps to log, default is disabled
    -x                 Obfuscate discovered MACs, default is disabled
    -e                 Encode discovered MACs with CRC32, default disabled
    -b                 Enable BlueProPro log format, see README

Advanced Options:
    -r <retries>       Name resolution retries, default is 3
    -a <minutes>       Amnesia, Bluelog will forget device after given time
    -w <seconds>       Scanning window in seconds, see README
    -s                 Syslog only mode, no log file. Default is disabled

bluelog Usage Example

root@kali:~# bluelog
Bluelog (v1.1.2) by MS3FGX
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Autodetecting device...OK
Opening output file: bluelog-2014-05-15-1651.log...OK
Writing PID file: /tmp/bluelog.pid...OK
Scan started at [05/15/14 16:51:46] on 00:19:0E:0E:EA:4B.
Hit Ctrl+C to end scan.
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