These files are generated by using the BlueZ package for Linux. For privacy
reasons the last 3 bytes of BD_ADDR are striped.
A automatic scan script is now available it's part of my small bt_audit suit.
Also check BluePrinting (a bluetooth device fingerprinting tool).
This tool uses the data collected by btdsd!
hcitool info BD_ADDR >>file.txt
sdptool browse --tree BD_ADDR >file.txt
RFCOMM channel scan:
(if no browse group is available use sdptool search SERVICE_NAME BD_ADDR)
rfcomm_scan -o -s 1 -e 30 BD_ADDR >>file.txt
L2CAP PSM scan:
psm_scan -o -s 1 -e 65535 BD_ADDR >>file.txt
new submissions are very welcome ... Collin