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.
-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 Blue log process -l Start "Blue log 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, Blue log will forget device after given time -w <seconds> Scanning window in seconds, see README -s Syslog only mode, no log file. Default is disabled
cyborg@cyborg:~$ sudo bluelog -v -o bluelog.log Bluelog (v1.1.0) by MS3FGX --------------------------- Autodetecting device...OK Opening output file: blue log.log...OK Writing PID file: /tmp/blue log.pid...OK Scan started at [11/18/15 11:55:20] on 11:11:11:11:11:11. Hit Ctrl+C to end scan. [11/18/15 11:55:24] D8:3C:69:76:31:6E,IGNORED,0x5a020c Closing files and freeing memory...Done!