HaraldScan v0.31 - Bluetooth discovery scanning
The scanner will be able to determine Major and Minor device class of device, as well as attempt to resolve the device’s MAC address to the largest known Bluetooth MAC address Vendor list.
The goal of this project is to obtain as many MAC addresses mapped to device vendors as possible.
HaraldScan v0.31 Released
- Added -u option to update MACLIST to most recent version. Added proper GPLv3 disclaimer and License Fixed other minor bugs (mostly not noticed by users).
Requirements Linux: Python 2.6, Pybluez, PySQLite.
Requirements OS X: Python 2.5 (Must be able to import objc with python), Lightblue, PySQLite.
This option builds the MACLIST database and ignores all other command line arguments. This must be run the first time you run Harald Scan or else there is no database to reference from, A error will tell you as much if you ignore this warning.
Brings up the help menu. Self explanitory.
Updates the MACLIST if there are updates and rebuilds the database (requires and Internet connection).
-w —write file
Writes the device table to a file each time new devices are found. The filename must be specified in the file argument for it to be valid. There is no checks on the file and will overwrite any existing file without prompting. This file will be in the directory you run Harald Scan from.
Does a service scan on every device that it discovers. It then saves a file with all the info in it, the same way as when a vendor is ’Unknown’. This slows down discovery significantly and is recommended against but some may want this feature for testing.
- Unpack to a directory
- Run python haraldscan.py -b to build database
- python haradscan.py [Options] to run Harald Scan