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Braa is a command line tool that is designed to analyze Bluetooth devices. It provides information about nearby Bluetooth devices in real-time.

It offers a variety of features such as discovering nearby devices, displaying their information, and analyzing their attributes.

Using Braa, you can obtain details like the device name, MAC address, signal strength, device class, and manufacturer details.

It also provides information about supported Bluetooth profiles and services, including the Serial Port Profile (SPP), Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP), and more.

Braa allows you to filter devices based on specific attributes or profiles of interest. This helps to focus the analysis on particular types of devices or services.

The tool visualizes the devices and their attributes in a structured and organized manner, making it easier to interpret the information at a glance.

Braa is compatible with different Bluetooth adapters, including built-in adapters on laptops as well as external USB adapters.

It supports multiple operating systems like Linux and macOS, making it a cross-platform tool for Bluetooth analysis.

Braa can be used for various purposes, including troubleshooting connectivity issues, identifying nearby devices, and analyzing Bluetooth security vulnerabilities.

Overall, Braa provides a powerful and flexible command line interface for Bluetooth device analysis, offering comprehensive insights into the surrounding Bluetooth environment.

List of commands for braa:

  • braa:tldr:789a9 braa: Walk the SNMP tree of host with public string querying all OIDs under `.1.3.6`.
    $ braa public@${ip}:${-1-3-6-*}
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  • braa:tldr:d530c braa: Attempt to set the value of `system.sysLocation.0` to a specific workgroup.
    $ braa private@${ip}:${-1-3-6-1-2-1-1-6-0}=s'${workgroup}'
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