Tool Documentation:

spooftooph Usage Example

Use the Bluetooth interface (-i hci1) to spoof itself as the given address (-a 00803789EE76):

root@kali:~# spooftooph -i hci1 -a 00803789EE76
Manufacturer:   Broadcom Corporation (15)
Device address: 00:19:0E:0E:EA:4B

Packages and Binaries:


Spooftooph is designed to automate spoofing or cloning Bluetooth device Name, Class, and Address. Cloning this information effectively allows Bluetooth device to hide in plain site. Bluetooth scanning software will only list one of the devices if more than one device in range shares the same device information when the devices are in Discoverable Mode (specificaly the same Address).

Installed size: 74 KB
How to install: sudo apt install spooftooph

  • bluez
  • libbluetooth3
  • libc6
  • libncurses6
  • libtinfo6
root@kali:~# spooftooph -h

spooftooph v0.5.2 by JP Dunning (.ronin) 
(c) 2009-2012 Shadow Cave LLC.


	spooftooph -i dev [-mstu] [-nac]|[-R]|[-r file] [-w file]

	-a <address>	: Specify new BD_ADDR
	-b <num_lines>	: Number of Bluetooth profiles to display per page
	-B 		: Disable banner for smaller screens (like phones)
	-c <class>	: Specify new CLASS
	-h		: Help
	-i <dev>	: Specify interface
	-m		: Specify multiple interfaces during selection
	-n <name>	: Specify new NAME
	-r <file>	: Read in CSV logfile
	-R		: Assign random NAME, CLASS, and ADDR
	-s		: Scan for devices in local area
	-t <time>	: Time interval to clone device in range
	-u		: USB delay.  Interactive delay for reinitializing interface
	-w <file>	: Write to CSV logfile
			  (Useful in Virtualized environment when USB must be passed through.)

Updated on: 2024-Mar-11