- Maltego Community Version or Maltego XL (Commercial Edition): You can use either the free Maltego Community Version or the licensed Maltego XL (Commercial Edition) for this setup. If you don’t have Maltego installed, you can download it from the official website: Maltego Official Website.
- Access to TinEye Transform: Ensure that you have access to the TinEye Transform within Maltego. These transforms should be available through the Transform Hub.
Step 1: Access TinEye Transform
- Open Maltego.
- Go to the “Transform Hub” tab on the main dashboard. This is where you can access and install external transforms.
Step 2: Search for TinEye Transforms
- In the Transform Hub, use the search function to look for TinEye transforms.
- If the TinEye Transforms are available, you should find them listed in the search results.
Step 3: Install TinEye Transforms
- Click on the TinEye Transforms from the search results.
- Select “Install” or “Add to Maltego” to add them to your Maltego installation.
Step 4: Configure TinEye Transforms (if necessary)
The TinEye Transforms typically don’t require extensive configuration. However, you may need to configure them to use specific search parameters or set up API credentials.
- In Maltego, click on the “Transforms” tab.
- Select “Manage Transforms.”
- Locate the TinEye Transforms you’ve installed.
- If configuration is required, enter any necessary settings, such as API credentials or search parameters.
Step 5: Use TinEye Transforms
- Close the “Manage Transforms” window.
- Create a new Maltego graph.
- In the “Transforms” palette on the left, you should now see the TinEye Transforms.
- Drag and drop the TinEye Transforms into your graph.
- Configure the transforms with the necessary parameters for your reverse image search, such as the image URL or image file.
- Run the transforms to perform the reverse image search using TinEye’s capabilities.
- Review the results, which may include information about the image source, where else it appears on the web, and related image data.
TinEye Transforms in Maltego can be useful for tracing the origins and uses of images on the internet. Whether you’re using the free Maltego Community Version or the licensed Maltego XL, these transforms enhance your image-related investigations.