This guide details the procedure to deploy and activate the Maltego Standard Transforms Add-on (CTAS) 3.2.0 Server and further provides an overview of the server interface.
Please note: This documentation supports the most recent 3.2.0 release - for technical support related to previous releases - please reach out to our support team by logging a ticket here or emailing email@example.com.
The Maltego Standard Transforms Add-on (CTAS) server both includes and supersedes the previous CTAS server. All the Transforms which were previously included in the Paterva CTAS have been integrated into Maltego Standard Transforms as well as a number of new Transforms that allow users to explore links between URLs and images more thoroughly, that provide more flexibility to pivot from any Entity into the various types of properties it may have, and an improved image EXIF metadata Transform.
We will continue to release updates to Maltego Standard Transforms On-premise regularly adding new Transforms.
For more information on what the Maltego Standard Transforms On-premise Server (CTAS) is and why you might need it, start by reading What is a Maltego Standard Transforms On-premise Server (CTAS)?
For an overview of the Maltego Server ecosystem and how the Maltego Standard Transforms On-premise Server (CTAS) fits into it, please read the Overview of Maltego servers.
There are two options for deploying the CTAS, both are outlined in the upcoming articles:
- Using *.ova virtual machine file with pre-installed docker containers, the necessary Docker images, and the Docker Compose YAML file.
- Using Docker images downloaded from our registry on any operating system using a Docker Compose YAML file.
Reach out to our support team by logging a ticket here or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The instructions in the Setup section detail the standard installation procedure. Should you need to use custom SSL certificates, or modify the Docker container, refer to the "Advanced Setup" section for additional information.