September 24, 2023

Maltego Transform

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  1. Maltego CE (Community Edition) or Maltego XL installed.
  2. API key (sign up at if you don’t have one).

Step 1: Install the Maltego Transform

If provides an official Maltego transform, you’ll need to install it from the Maltego Transform Hub:

  1. Open Maltego.
  2. Go to the “Apps” tab on the left sidebar.
  3. In the “Transform Hub” section, search for “” or the specific transform provided by
  4. Click on it and then click “Install.”
  5. Follow the prompts to configure the transform. You’ll need to enter your API key, which you can obtain by signing in to your account and generating an API key.

Step 2: Use the Transform

With the transform installed, you can use it to query data in Maltego:

  1. Open Maltego.
  2. Create a new graph or open an existing one.
  3. Right-click on an entity that represents a domain or IP address (e.g., or an IP address).
  4. In the context menu, select “Run Transform.”
  5. Choose the “” transform from the list.
  6. Click “Run.”

The transform will use your API key to query for data related to the domain or IP address.

Step 3: View Analysis Results

After running the transform, you can view the analysis results in your Maltego graph:

  1. Click on the entity (domain or IP address) that you ran the transform on.
  2. You’ll see attributes and data retrieved from, including URLs if they are associated with the entity.

Step 4: Save and Export

Once you have analyzed and enriched your Maltego graph with data (including URLs), you can save your graph and export it in various formats for reporting and sharing.

That’s it! You’ve successfully set up and used the Maltego transform to retrieve data and include URLs when possible in your Maltego investigations.

Please remember to handle your API key securely and consider any usage limitations or billing associated with your account.

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