The btsnoop_hci.log file, created by the BTSnoop project, is an open-source tool for collecting and processing bts (Binary Transfer System) data. This data is used by the project itself to help build state-of-the-art bts-enabled devices.
BTSnoop is the software-as-a-service for collecting and processing bts data. When you download it, it scans the bts data and sends it to BTSnoop, where it’s used to process it more efficiently.
btsnoop_hci.log is available for free on the BTSnoop project’s website.
This log file is pretty awesome, so I can’t wait to see what the project comes up with next… especially since this one is pretty damn interesting. BTSnoop’s got a great deal of cool data in their logs, so I’m interested in what they’re up to next.
BTSnoop gets their data from devices like cameras, sensors, and microphones. The logs we get are usually just a bunch of data about that device, but sometimes they get more out of it than that. BTSnoop claims to use this data to make the software better.
As far as getting cool data from a device goes, BTSnoop is a pretty interesting idea. You can get a pretty strong idea of what devices are currently being used and where they are at in a short amount of time. For instance, BTSnoop would be able to see exactly when someone’s camera is at its most active by looking at the logs and seeing if the device is currently recording.
Another cool idea is the possibility of using this data to figure out what is actually happening on the internet.
BTSnoop can also track other log-related data, like time spent on a site, how many times a device has been connected, and whether or not the device is online at any given moment.
A lot of things that are possible with Logs can be done with the BTSnoop technology as well. It’s easy to see which devices have been connected to which servers for example. Additionally, it’s easy to see how many seconds are spent on a website by looking at the logs. This same data can also be used to figure out what the most active links are, what has been clicked, and what is clicked on.