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BlueHydra is a Bluetooth device discovery service built on top of the bluez library. BlueHydra makes use of ubertooth where available and attempts to track both classic and low energy (LE) bluetooth devices over time.

Installed size: 8.24 MB
How to install: sudo apt install blue-hydra

  • bluez-test-scripts
  • libc6
  • libruby3.1t64
  • libsqlite3-0
  • python3
  • ruby
root@kali:~# blue_hydra -h
Usage: BlueHydra [options]
    -d, --daemonize                  Suppress output and run in daemon mode
    -z, --demo                       Hide mac addresses in CLI UI
    -p, --pulse                      Send results to hermes
        --pulse-debug                Store results in a file for review
        --no-db                      Keep db in ram only
        --rssi-api                   Open to allow other processes to poll for seen devices and rssi
        --no-info                    For the purposes for fox hunting, don't info scan.  Some info may be missing, but there will be less gaps during tracking
        --mohawk-api                 For the purposes of making a hat to cover a mohawk, shit out the ui as json at /dev/shm/blue_hydra.json
    -v, --version                    Show version and quit
    -h, --help                       Show this message

root@kali:~# rfkill-reset --help
rfkill error: rfkill: invalid option -- 'E'
Try 'rfkill --help' for more information.
Unable to automagically fix

root@kali:~# test-discovery -h
Usage: test-discovery [options]

  -i DEV_ID, --device=DEV_ID
  -t TIMEOUT, --timeout=TIMEOUT
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit

Updated on: 2024-May-23