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bluetooth

This package provides all of the different plugins supported by the Bluez bluetooth stack.

Installed size: 77 KB
How to install: sudo apt install bluetooth

  • bluez

bluez

This package contains tools and system daemons for using Bluetooth devices.

BlueZ is the official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack. It is an Open Source project distributed under GNU General Public License (GPL).

Installed size: 5.38 MB
How to install: sudo apt install bluez

  • dbus
  • dpkg
  • init-system-helpers
  • kmod
  • libasound2
  • libc6
  • libdbus-1-3
  • libdw1
  • libglib2.0-0
  • libreadline8
  • libudev1
  • lsb-base
  • udev
bluemoon

Bluemoon configuration utility

root@kali:~# bluemoon -h
bluemoon - Bluemoon configuration utility
Usage:
	bluemoon [options]
Options:
	-A, --bdaddr [addr]    Set Bluetooth address
	-F, --firmware [file]  Load firmware
	-C, --check <file>     Check firmware image
	-R, --reset            Reset controller
	-B, --coldboot         Cold boot controller
	-E, --exception        Trigger exception
	-i, --index <num>      Use specified controller
	-h, --help             Show help options

bluetoothctl

Interactive bluetooth control tool

root@kali:~# man bluetoothctl
BLUETOOTHCTL(1)             General Commands Manual            BLUETOOTHCTL(1)

NAME
       bluetoothctl: - interactive bluetooth control tool

DESCRIPTION
        bluetoothctl ver 5.49 Usage:

               bluetoothctl [options]

OPTIONS
       --agent
              Register agent handler: <capability>

       --timeout
              Timeout in seconds for non-interactive mode

       --version
              Display version

       --help Display help

                                  April 2018                   BLUETOOTHCTL(1)

bluetoothd

Bluetooth daemon

root@kali:~# bluetoothd -h
Usage:
  bluetoothd [OPTION?]

Help Options:
  -h, --help                  Show help options

Application Options:
  -d, --debug=DEBUG           Specify debug options to enable
  -p, --plugin=NAME,..,       Specify plugins to load
  -P, --noplugin=NAME,...     Specify plugins not to load
  -f, --configfile=FILE       Specify an explicit path to the config file
  -C, --compat                Provide deprecated command line interfaces
  -E, --experimental          Enable experimental interfaces
  -n, --nodetach              Run with logging in foreground
  -v, --version               Show version information and exit


btattach

Attach serial devices to BlueZ stack

root@kali:~# btattach -h
btattach - Bluetooth serial utility
Usage:
	btattach [options]
options:
	-B, --bredr <device>   Attach Primary controller
	-A, --amp <device>     Attach AMP controller
	-P, --protocol <proto> Specify protocol type
	-S, --speed <baudrate> Specify which baudrate to use
	-N, --noflowctl        Disable flow control
	-h, --help             Show help options

btmgmt

A command-line interface of BlueZ for management Usage:

root@kali:~# btmgmt -h
btmgmt ver 5.61
Usage:
	btmgmt [--options] [commands]
Options:
	--index 	Specify adapter index

	--monitor 	Enable monitor output
	--timeout 	Timeout in seconds for non-interactive mode
	--version 	Display version
	--help 		Display help
Commands:
	select		Select a different index
	revision	Get the MGMT Revision
	commands	List supported commands
	config		Show configuration info
	info		Show controller info
	extinfo		Show extended controller info
	auto-power	Power all available features
	power		Toggle powered state
	discov		Toggle discoverable state
	connectable	Toggle connectable state
	fast-conn	Toggle fast connectable state
	bondable	Toggle bondable state
	pairable	Toggle bondable state
	linksec		Toggle link level security
	ssp		Toggle SSP mode
	sc		Toogle SC support
	hs		Toggle HS support
	le		Toggle LE support
	advertising	Toggle LE advertising
	bredr		Toggle BR/EDR support
	privacy		Toggle privacy support
	class		Set device major/minor class
	disconnect	Disconnect device
	con		List connections
	find		Discover nearby devices
	find-service	Discover nearby service
	stop-find	Stop discovery
	name		Set local name
	pair		Pair with a remote device
	cancelpair	Cancel pairing
	unpair		Unpair device
	keys		Load Link Keys
	ltks		Load Long Term Keys
	irks		Load Identity Resolving Keys
	block		Block Device
	unblock		Unblock Device
	add-uuid	Add UUID
	rm-uuid		Remove UUID
	clr-uuids	Clear UUIDs
	local-oob	Local OOB data
	remote-oob	Remote OOB data
	did		Set Device ID
	static-addr	Set static address
	public-addr	Set public address
	ext-config	External configuration
	debug-keys	Toogle debug keys
	conn-info	Get connection information
	io-cap		Set IO Capability
	scan-params	Set Scan Parameters
	get-clock	Get Clock Information
	add-device	Add Device
	del-device	Remove Device
	clr-devices	Clear Devices
	bredr-oob	Local OOB data (BR/EDR)
	le-oob		Local OOB data (LE)
	advinfo		Show advertising features
	advsize		Show advertising size info
	add-adv		Add advertising instance
	rm-adv		Remove advertising instance
	clr-adv		Clear advertising instances
	appearance	Set appearance
	phy		Get/Set PHY Configuration
	wbs		Toggle Wideband-Speech support
	secinfo		Show security information
	expinfo		Show experimental features
	exp-debug	Set debug feature
	exp-privacy	Set LL privacy feature
	exp-quality	Set bluetooth quality report feature
	exp-offload	Toggle codec support
	read-sysconfig	Read System Configuration
	set-sysconfig	Set System Configuration
	get-flags	Get device flags
	set-flags	Set device flags

	monitor.:
		features	Show advertisement monitor features
		remove		Remove advertisement monitor 
		add-pattern	Add advertisement monitor pattern
		add-pattern-rssi	Add advertisement monitor pattern with RSSI options

btmon

Bluetooth monitor

root@kali:~# btmon -h
btmon - Bluetooth monitor
Usage:
	btmon [options]
options:
	-r, --read <file>      Read traces in btsnoop format
	-w, --write <file>     Save traces in btsnoop format
	-a, --analyze <file>   Analyze traces in btsnoop format
	-s, --server <socket>  Start monitor server socket
	-p, --priority <level> Show only priority or lower
	-i, --index <num>      Show only specified controller
	-d, --tty <tty>        Read data from TTY
	-B, --tty-speed <rate> Set TTY speed (default 115200)
	-V, --vendor <compid>  Set default company identifier
	-M, --mgmt             Open channel for mgmt events
	-t, --time             Show time instead of time offset
	-T, --date             Show time and date information
	-S, --sco              Dump SCO traffic
	-A, --a2dp             Dump A2DP stream traffic
	-E, --ellisys [ip]     Send Ellisys HCI Injection
	-P, --no-pager         Disable pager usage
	-J  --jlink <device>,[<serialno>],[<interface>],[<speed>]
	                       Read data from RTT
	-R  --rtt [<address>],[<area>],[<name>]
	                       RTT control block parameters
	-C, --columns [width]  Output width if not a terminal
	-c, --color [mode]     Output color: auto/always/never
	-h, --help             Show help options

ciptool

Bluetooth Common ISDN Access Profile (CIP)

root@kali:~# ciptool -h
ciptool - Bluetooth Common ISDN Access Profile (CIP)

Usage:
	ciptool [options] [command]

Options:
	-i [hciX|bdaddr]   Local HCI device or BD Address
	-h, --help         Display help

Commands:
	show               	Show remote connections
	search             	Search for a remote device
	connect  <bdaddr>  	Connect a remote device
	release  [bdaddr]  	Disconnect the remote device
	loopback <bdaddr>  	Loopback test of a device


gatttool

Tool for Bluetooth Low Energy device

root@kali:~# gatttool -h
Usage:
  gatttool [OPTION?]

Help Options:
  -h, --help                                Show help options
  --help-all                                Show all help options
  --help-gatt                               Show all GATT commands
  --help-params                             Show all Primary Services/Characteristics arguments
  --help-char-read-write                    Show all Characteristics Value/Descriptor Read/Write arguments

Application Options:
  -i, --adapter=hciX                        Specify local adapter interface
  -b, --device=MAC                          Specify remote Bluetooth address
  -t, --addr-type=[public | random]         Set LE address type. Default: public
  -m, --mtu=MTU                             Specify the MTU size
  -p, --psm=PSM                             Specify the PSM for GATT/ATT over BR/EDR
  -l, --sec-level=[low | medium | high]     Set security level. Default: low
  -I, --interactive                         Use interactive mode


hciattach

Attach serial devices via UART HCI to BlueZ stack

root@kali:~# hciattach -h
hciattach - HCI UART driver initialization utility
Usage:
	hciattach [-n] [-p] [-b] [-r] [-t timeout] [-s initial_speed] <tty> <type | id> [speed] [flow|noflow] [sleep|nosleep] [bdaddr]
	hciattach -l

hciconfig

Configure Bluetooth devices

root@kali:~# hciconfig -h
hciconfig - HCI device configuration utility
Usage:
	hciconfig
	hciconfig [-a] hciX [command ...]
Commands:
	up                 	Open and initialize HCI device
	down               	Close HCI device
	reset              	Reset HCI device
	rstat              	Reset statistic counters
	auth               	Enable Authentication
	noauth             	Disable Authentication
	encrypt            	Enable Encryption
	noencrypt          	Disable Encryption
	piscan             	Enable Page and Inquiry scan
	noscan             	Disable scan
	iscan              	Enable Inquiry scan
	pscan              	Enable Page scan
	ptype      [type]  	Get/Set default packet type
	lm         [mode]  	Get/Set default link mode
	lp         [policy]	Get/Set default link policy
	name       [name]  	Get/Set local name
	class      [class] 	Get/Set class of device
	voice      [voice] 	Get/Set voice setting
	iac        [iac]   	Get/Set inquiry access code
	inqtpl     [level] 	Get/Set inquiry transmit power level
	inqmode    [mode]  	Get/Set inquiry mode
	inqdata    [data]  	Get/Set inquiry data
	inqtype    [type]  	Get/Set inquiry scan type
	inqparms   [win:int]	Get/Set inquiry scan window and interval
	pageparms  [win:int]	Get/Set page scan window and interval
	pageto     [to]    	Get/Set page timeout
	afhmode    [mode]  	Get/Set AFH mode
	sspmode    [mode]  	Get/Set Simple Pairing Mode
	aclmtu     <mtu:pkt>	Set ACL MTU and number of packets
	scomtu     <mtu:pkt>	Set SCO MTU and number of packets
	delkey     <bdaddr>	Delete link key from the device
	oobdata            	Get local OOB data
	commands           	Display supported commands
	features           	Display device features
	version            	Display version information
	revision           	Display revision information
	block      <bdaddr>	Add a device to the blacklist
	unblock    <bdaddr>	Remove a device from the blacklist
	lerandaddr <bdaddr>	Set LE Random Address
	leadv      [type]  	Enable LE advertising
			0 - Connectable undirected advertising (default)
			3 - Non connectable undirected advertising
	noleadv            	Disable LE advertising
	lestates           	Display the supported LE states

hcitool

Configure Bluetooth connections

root@kali:~# hcitool -h
hcitool - HCI Tool ver 5.61
Usage:
	hcitool [options] <command> [command parameters]
Options:
	--help	Display help
	-i dev	HCI device
Commands:
	dev 	Display local devices
	inq 	Inquire remote devices
	scan	Scan for remote devices
	name	Get name from remote device
	info	Get information from remote device
	spinq	Start periodic inquiry
	epinq	Exit periodic inquiry
	cmd 	Submit arbitrary HCI commands
	con 	Display active connections
	cc  	Create connection to remote device
	dc  	Disconnect from remote device
	sr  	Switch master/slave role
	cpt 	Change connection packet type
	rssi	Display connection RSSI
	lq  	Display link quality
	tpl 	Display transmit power level
	afh 	Display AFH channel map
	lp  	Set/display link policy settings
	lst 	Set/display link supervision timeout
	auth	Request authentication
	enc 	Set connection encryption
	key 	Change connection link key
	clkoff	Read clock offset
	clock	Read local or remote clock
	lescan	Start LE scan
	leinfo	Get LE remote information
	lewladd	Add device to LE White List
	lewlrm	Remove device from LE White List
	lewlsz	Read size of LE White List
	lewlclr	Clear LE White List
	lerladd	Add device to LE Resolving List
	lerlrm	Remove device from LE Resolving List
	lerlclr	Clear LE Resolving List
	lerlsz	Read size of LE Resolving List
	lerlon	Enable LE Address Resolution
	lerloff	Disable LE Address Resolution
	lecc	Create a LE Connection
	ledc	Disconnect a LE Connection
	lecup	LE Connection Update

For more information on the usage of each command use:
	hcitool <command> --help

hex2hcd

Broadcom Bluetooth firmware converter

root@kali:~# hex2hcd -h
Broadcom Bluetooth firmware converter
Usage:
	hex2hcd [options] <file>
Options:
	-o, --output <file>    Provide firmware output file
	-h, --help             Show help options

l2ping

Send L2CAP echo request and receive answer

root@kali:~# l2ping -h
l2ping - L2CAP ping
Usage:
	l2ping [-i device] [-s size] [-c count] [-t timeout] [-d delay] [-f] [-r] [-v] <bdaddr>
	-f  Flood ping (delay = 0)
	-r  Reverse ping
	-v  Verify request and response payload

l2test

L2CAP testing tool

root@kali:~# l2test -h
l2test - L2CAP testing
Usage:
	l2test <mode> [options] [bdaddr]
Modes:
	-r listen and receive
	-w listen and send
	-d listen and dump incoming data
	-x listen, then send, then dump incoming data
	-t listen, then send and receive at the same time
	-q connect, then send and receive at the same time
	-s connect and send
	-u connect and receive
	-n connect and be silent
	-y connect, then send, then dump incoming data
	-c connect, disconnect, connect, ...
	-m multiple connects
	-p trigger dedicated bonding
	-z information request
Options:
	[-b bytes] [-i device] [-P psm] [-J cid]
	[-I imtu] [-O omtu]
	[-L seconds] enable SO_LINGER
	[-W seconds] enable deferred setup
	[-B filename] use data packets from file
	[-N num] send num frames (default = infinite)
	[-C num] send num frames before delay (default = 1)
	[-D milliseconds] delay after sending num frames (default = 0)
	[-K milliseconds] delay before receiving (default = 0)
	[-g milliseconds] delay before disconnecting (default = 0)
	[-X mode] l2cap mode (help for list, default = basic)
	[-a policy] chan policy (help for list, default = bredr)
	[-F fcs] use CRC16 check (default = 1)
	[-Q num] Max Transmit value (default = 3)
	[-Z size] Transmission Window size (default = 63)
	[-Y priority] socket priority
	[-H size] Maximum receive buffer size
	[-R] reliable mode
	[-G] use connectionless channel (datagram)
	[-U] use sock stream
	[-A] request authentication
	[-E] request encryption
	[-S] secure connection
	[-M] become master
	[-T] enable timestamps
	[-V type] address type (help for list, default = bredr)
	[-e seq] initial sequence value (default = 0)

mpris-proxy

Bluetooth mpris-proxy

root@kali:~# mpris-proxy -h
Usage:
  mpris-proxy [OPTION?]

Help Options:
  -h, --help        Show help options

Application Options:
  -v, --version     Show version information and exit
  -e, --export      Export remote players


obexctl

A command-line interface of BlueZ for OBEX (file transfer)

root@kali:~# man obexctl
OBEXCTL(1)                  General Commands Manual                 OBEXCTL(1)

NAME
       obexctl - A command-line interface of BlueZ for OBEX (file transfer)

       Usage:

              obexctl [options]

OPTIONS
       --timeout
              Timeout in seconds for non-interactive mode

       --version
              Display version

       --help Display help

                                  April 2018                        OBEXCTL(1)

rctest

RFCOMM testing

root@kali:~# rctest -h
rctest - RFCOMM testing
Usage:
	rctest <mode> [options] [bdaddr]
Modes:
	-r listen and receive
	-w listen and send
	-d listen and dump incoming data
	-s connect and send
	-u connect and receive
	-n connect and be silent
	-c connect, disconnect, connect, ...
	-m multiple connects
	-a automated test (receive hcix as parameter)
Options:
	[-b bytes] [-i device] [-P channel] [-U uuid]
	[-L seconds] enabled SO_LINGER option
	[-W seconds] enable deferred setup
	[-B filename] use data packets from file
	[-O filename] save received data to file
	[-N num] number of frames to send
	[-C num] send num frames before delay (default = 1)
	[-D milliseconds] delay after sending num frames (default = 0)
	[-Y priority] socket priority
	[-A] request authentication
	[-E] request encryption
	[-S] secure connection
	[-M] become master
	[-T] enable timestamps

rfcomm

RFCOMM configuration utility

root@kali:~# rfcomm -h
RFCOMM configuration utility ver 5.61
Usage:
	rfcomm [options] <command> <dev>

Options:
	-i, --device [hciX|bdaddr]     Local HCI device or BD Address
	-h, --help                     Display help
	-r, --raw                      Switch TTY into raw mode
	-A, --auth                     Enable authentication
	-E, --encrypt                  Enable encryption
	-S, --secure                   Secure connection
	-M, --master                   Become the master of a piconet
	-L, --linger [seconds]         Set linger timeout
	-a                             Show all devices (default)

Commands:
	bind     <dev> <bdaddr> [channel]	Bind device
	release  <dev>                   	Release device
	show     <dev>                   	Show device
	connect  <dev> <bdaddr> [channel]	Connect device
	listen   <dev> [channel [cmd]]   	Listen
	watch    <dev> [channel [cmd]]   	Watch


sdptool

Control and interrogate SDP servers

root@kali:~# sdptool -h
sdptool - SDP tool v5.61
Usage:
	sdptool [options] <command> [command parameters]
Options:
	-h		Display help
	-i		Specify source interface
Commands:
	search		Search for a service
	browse		Browse all available services
	records		Request all records
	add 		Add local service
	del 		Delete local service
	get 		Get local service
	setattr		Set/Add attribute to a SDP record
	setseq		Set/Add attribute sequence to a SDP record

Services:
	DID SP DUN LAN FAX OPUSH FTP PRINT HS HSAG HF HFAG SAP PBAP MAP 
	NAP GN PANU HCRP HID KEYB WIIMOTE CIP CTP A2SRC A2SNK AVRCT AVRTG 
	UDIUE UDITE SEMCHLA SR1 SYNCML SYNCMLSERV ACTIVESYNC HOTSYNC 
	PALMOS NOKID PCSUITE NFTP NSYNCML NGAGE APPLE IAP ISYNC GATT 
	

bluez-cups

This package contains a driver to let CUPS print to Bluetooth-connected printers.

BlueZ is the official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack. It is an Open Source project distributed under GNU General Public License (GPL).

Installed size: 284 KB
How to install: sudo apt install bluez-cups

  • cups
  • libc6
  • libdbus-1-3
  • libglib2.0-0

bluez-hcidump

The hcidump utility allows the monitoring of Bluetooth activity. It provides a disassembly of the Bluetooth traffic and can display packets from higher level protocols such as RFCOMM, SDP and BNEP.

This was the software that is independent as bluez-hcidump, but this has been integrated into BlueZ from BlueZ 5.0.

BlueZ is the official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack. It is an Open Source project distributed under GNU General Public License (GPL).

Installed size: 600 KB
How to install: sudo apt install bluez-hcidump

  • libc6
hcidump

Parse HCI data

root@kali:~# hcidump -h
Usage: hcidump [OPTION...] [filter]
  -i, --device=hci_dev       HCI device
  -l, --snap-len=len         Snap len (in bytes)
  -p, --psm=psm              Default PSM
  -m, --manufacturer=compid  Default manufacturer
  -w, --save-dump=file       Save dump to a file
  -r, --read-dump=file       Read dump from a file
  -t, --ts                   Display time stamps
  -a, --ascii                Dump data in ascii
  -x, --hex                  Dump data in hex
  -X, --ext                  Dump data in hex and ascii
  -R, --raw                  Dump raw data
  -C, --cmtp=psm             PSM for CMTP
  -H, --hcrp=psm             PSM for HCRP
  -O, --obex=port            Channel/PSM for OBEX
  -P, --ppp=channel          Channel for PPP
  -S, --sap=channel          Channel for SAP
  -D, --pppdump=file         Extract PPP traffic
  -A, --audio=file           Extract SCO audio data
  -Y, --novendor             No vendor commands or events
  -h, --help                 Give this help list
  -v, --version              Give version information
      --usage                Give a short usage message

bluez-meshd

The Bluetooth Mesh network is a new Bluetooth feature that extends “Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)”.

This package provides daemon (meshd) and tools that provide Bluetooth mesh functionality.

BlueZ is the official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack. It is an Open Source project distributed under GNU General Public License (GPL).

Installed size: 963 KB
How to install: sudo apt install bluez-meshd

  • libc6
  • libdbus-1-3
  • libell0
  • libglib2.0-0
  • libjson-c5
  • libreadline8
mesh-cfgclient

Generate tool a mesh configuration file in JSON format

root@kali:~# man mesh-cfgclient
MESH-CFGCLIENT:(1)          General Commands Manual         MESH-CFGCLIENT:(1)

NAME
       mesh-cfgclient:  - generate tool a mesh configuration file in JSON for-
       mat

DESCRIPTION
       mesh-cfgclient: - generate tool a mesh configuration file in JSON  for-
       mat Usage:

              mesh-cfgclient [--options] [commands]

OPTIONS
       --config
              Configuration file

       --address-start
              Starting unicast address for remote nodes

       --address-range
              Net index for provisioning subnet

       --net-index
              (null)

       --monitor
              Enable monitor output

       --timeout
              Timeout in seconds for non-interactive mode

       --version
              Display version

       --help Display help

   Commands:
       create Create new mesh network with one initial node

       discover-unprovisioned
              Look for devices to provision

       appkey-create
              Create a new local AppKey

       appkey-import
              Import a new local AppKey

       appkey-update
              Update local AppKey

       appkey-delete
              Delete local AppKey

       subnet-create
              Create a new local subnet (NetKey)

       subnet-import
              Import a new local subnet (NetKey)

       subnet-update
              Update local subnet (NetKey)

       subnet-delete
              Delete local subnet (NetKey)

       subnet-set-phase
              Set subnet (NetKey) phase

       list-unprovisioned
              List unprovisioned devices

       provision
              Initiate provisioning

       node-import
              Import an externally provisioned remote node

       list-nodes
              List remote mesh nodes

       keys   List available keys

                                September 2021              MESH-CFGCLIENT:(1)

mesh-cfgtest

Mesh configuration file test tool

root@kali:~# mesh-cfgtest -h
mesh-cfgtest: invalid option -- 'h'
Usage:
(null) [options]
Options:
	-v, --version	Show version information and exit
	-l, --list	Only list the tests to be run
	-p, --prefix	Run tests matching the provided prefix
	-s, --string	Run tests matching the provided string

meshctl

Bluetooth mesh control tool

root@kali:~# meshctl -h
meshctl ver 5.61
Usage:
	meshctl [--options] [commands]
Options:
	--config 	Read local mesh config JSON files from <directory>
	--monitor 	Enable monitor output
	--timeout 	Timeout in seconds for non-interactive mode
	--version 	Display version
	--help 		Display help
Reading prov_db.json and local_node.json from /root/.config/meshctl directory

bluez-obexd

This package contains a OBEX(OBject EXchange) daemon.

OBEX is communication protocol to facilitate the exchange of the binary object between the devices.

This was the software that is independent as obexd, but this has been integrated into BlueZ from BlueZ 5.0.

BlueZ is the official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack. It is an Open Source project distributed under GNU General Public License (GPL).

Installed size: 626 KB
How to install: sudo apt install bluez-obexd

  • init-system-helpers
  • libc6
  • libdbus-1-3
  • libglib2.0-0
  • libical3

bluez-source

This package contains the sources and patches which are needed to build bluez.

BlueZ is the official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack. It is an Open Source project distributed under GNU General Public License (GPL).

Installed size: 32.87 MB
How to install: sudo apt install bluez-source


bluez-test-scripts

This package contains test scripts for using BlueZ.

BlueZ is the official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack. It is an Open Source project distributed under GNU General Public License (GPL).

Installed size: 320 KB
How to install: sudo apt install bluez-test-scripts


bluez-test-tools

This package contains test tools for using BlueZ.

BlueZ is the official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack. It is an Open Source project distributed under GNU General Public License (GPL).

Installed size: 3.49 MB
How to install: sudo apt install bluez-test-tools

  • bluez
  • libc6
  • libdbus-1-3
  • libglib2.0-0
b1ee

Bluetooth device testing tool over internet

root@kali:~# b1ee -h
b1ee - Bluetooth device testing tool over internet
Usage:
	b1ee [options] <host>
options:
	-p, --port <port>          Specify the server port
	-s, --sniffer-port <port>  Specify the sniffer port
	-v, --version              Show version information
	-h, --help                 Show help options

bnep-tester

Kernel BNEP test tool

root@kali:~# bnep-tester -h
Usage:
  bnep-tester [OPTION?]

Help Options:
  -h, --help        Show help options

Application Options:
  -v, --version     Show version information and exit
  -q, --quiet       Run tests without logging
  -d, --debug       Run tests with debug output
  -m, --monitor     Enable monitor output
  -l, --list        Only list the tests to be run
  -p, --prefix      Run tests matching provided prefix
  -s, --string      Run tests matching provided string


btvirt

Bluetooth emulator

root@kali:~# btvirt -h
btvirt - Bluetooth emulator
Usage:
	btvirt [options]
options:
	-d                    Enable debug
	-S                    Create local serial port
	-s                    Create local server sockets
	-l[num]               Number of local controllers
	-L                    Create LE only controller
	-U[num]               Number of test LE controllers
	-B                    Create BR/EDR only controller
	-A                    Create AMP controller
	-T[num]               Number of test AMP controllers
	-h, --help            Show help options

gap-tester

Daemon D-Bus API test tool

root@kali:~# gap-tester -h
Usage:
  gap-tester [OPTION?]

Help Options:
  -h, --help        Show help options

Application Options:
  -v, --version     Show version information and exit
  -q, --quiet       Run tests without logging
  -d, --debug       Run tests with debug output
  -m, --monitor     Enable monitor output
  -l, --list        Only list the tests to be run
  -p, --prefix      Run tests matching provided prefix
  -s, --string      Run tests matching provided string


hci-tester

Bluetooth Host-Controller hardware test tool

root@kali:~# hci-tester -h
Usage:
  hci-tester [OPTION?]

Help Options:
  -h, --help        Show help options

Application Options:
  -v, --version     Show version information and exit
  -q, --quiet       Run tests without logging
  -d, --debug       Run tests with debug output
  -m, --monitor     Enable monitor output
  -l, --list        Only list the tests to be run
  -p, --prefix      Run tests matching provided prefix
  -s, --string      Run tests matching provided string


hfp

l2cap-tester

Kernel L2CAP implementation test tool

root@kali:~# l2cap-tester -h
Usage:
  l2cap-tester [OPTION?]

Help Options:
  -h, --help        Show help options

Application Options:
  -v, --version     Show version information and exit
  -q, --quiet       Run tests without logging
  -d, --debug       Run tests with debug output
  -m, --monitor     Enable monitor output
  -l, --list        Only list the tests to be run
  -p, --prefix      Run tests matching provided prefix
  -s, --string      Run tests matching provided string


mgmt-tester

Kernel management interface test tool

root@kali:~# mgmt-tester -h
Usage:
  mgmt-tester [OPTION?]

Help Options:
  -h, --help        Show help options

Application Options:
  -v, --version     Show version information and exit
  -q, --quiet       Run tests without logging
  -d, --debug       Run tests with debug output
  -m, --monitor     Enable monitor output
  -l, --list        Only list the tests to be run
  -p, --prefix      Run tests matching provided prefix
  -s, --string      Run tests matching provided string


rfcomm-tester

Kernel RFCOMM implementation test tool

root@kali:~# rfcomm-tester -h
Usage:
  rfcomm-tester [OPTION?]

Help Options:
  -h, --help        Show help options

Application Options:
  -v, --version     Show version information and exit
  -q, --quiet       Run tests without logging
  -d, --debug       Run tests with debug output
  -m, --monitor     Enable monitor output
  -l, --list        Only list the tests to be run
  -p, --prefix      Run tests matching provided prefix
  -s, --string      Run tests matching provided string


sco-tester

Kernel SCO implementation test tool

root@kali:~# sco-tester -h
Usage:
  sco-tester [OPTION?]

Help Options:
  -h, --help        Show help options

Application Options:
  -v, --version     Show version information and exit
  -q, --quiet       Run tests without logging
  -d, --debug       Run tests with debug output
  -m, --monitor     Enable monitor output
  -l, --list        Only list the tests to be run
  -p, --prefix      Run tests matching provided prefix
  -s, --string      Run tests matching provided string


smp-tester

Kernel SMP implementation test tool

root@kali:~# smp-tester -h
Usage:
  smp-tester [OPTION?]

Help Options:
  -h, --help        Show help options

Application Options:
  -v, --version     Show version information and exit
  -q, --quiet       Run tests without logging
  -d, --debug       Run tests with debug output
  -m, --monitor     Enable monitor output
  -l, --list        Only list the tests to be run
  -p, --prefix      Run tests matching provided prefix
  -s, --string      Run tests matching provided string


userchan-tester

Kernel HCI User Channel test tool

root@kali:~# userchan-tester -h
Usage:
  userchan-tester [OPTION?]

Help Options:
  -h, --help        Show help options

Application Options:
  -v, --version     Show version information and exit
  -q, --quiet       Run tests without logging
  -d, --debug       Run tests with debug output
  -m, --monitor     Enable monitor output
  -l, --list        Only list the tests to be run
  -p, --prefix      Run tests matching provided prefix
  -s, --string      Run tests matching provided string


libbluetooth-dev

BlueZ is the official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack. It is an Open Source project distributed under GNU General Public License (GPL).

This package contains the development libraries and header files you need to develop your programs using the libbluetooth library.

Installed size: 830 KB
How to install: sudo apt install libbluetooth-dev

  • libbluetooth3
  • libc6-dev | libc-dev

libbluetooth3

BlueZ is the official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack. It is an Open Source project distributed under GNU General Public License (GPL).

Installed size: 303 KB
How to install: sudo apt install libbluetooth3

  • libc6
  • libudev1

Updated on: 2021-Nov-26