At 14th level, a Rogue gains the Blindsense feature, which states the following:
if you are able to hear, you are aware of the location of any hidden or invisible creature within 10 feet of you.
Does 'aware of the location' mean that a Rogue knows which square to attack, or can they fully perceive the creature and thus not be subject to a Disadvantage on their attack roll? Previous editions made a distinction on the difference between Blindsense and Blindsight; however, Blindsense doesn't appear to be as clearly defined in the MM as it was previously.
For example, against a creature with the Blur effect, does the Rogue have Disadvantage on the attack or does their Blindsense feature cancel the Disadvantage? What about if the creature is invisible?
To distinguish the difference between the other question, note that the cited spells typically impose Disadvantage on attacks made against them. This question relates specifically to whether that Disadvantage is still applicable for a Rogue with Blindsense.