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Make it your own.​

Customize your Maltego solution according to your investigative needs.​


You can read more about our product offering here or watch our Maltego Essentials video series.

Own Data & On-Premise ​

We offer the following features to use your own data and deploy Maltego on-premise:​


Import local data
  • CSV / XLS / XLSX imports​
  • Auto-detection of Entities​
  • Local Transforms to run on your own machine
Offline link analysis (CaseFile)​
  • Visual link analysis of offline data sources​
  • More than 60 additional CaseFile Entities
  • CaseFile is free for commercial use​


Own data on-premise (iTDS)​
    Develop Transforms to access your own data sources and distribute them to your teams​
Standard Transforms on-premise (CTAS)​
    Our standard OSINT Transforms hosted within your organization​
On-premise collaboration (Comms)​
    Collaborate with fellow investigators in real-time with shared graphs​

Frequently Asked Questions​

Install Maltego

To get started, download the appropriate installer for your machine.
Download Maltego

Maltego Glossary.

Use Maltego completely offline as a mind-mapping tool for offline viewing.​
Collaborate with your team on the same graph and share access to different datasets live.​
Desktop Client​​
Visually link your data and create graphs with up to 1,000,000 pieces of information.​
Automatically execute pre-defined sequences of Transforms or define your Transform sequences to run queries automatically and speed up your investigation process.​
Run Transforms over Maltego’s public server or purchase a private server to host your own infrastructure.​
Standard OSINT Transforms​
Work with Maltego Standard Transforms to enrich your investigations with OSINT data. ​
Run data queries to discover relationships between Entities through link analysis.​​
Transform Hub​
Access paid and free data from a variety of public sources (OSINT) as well as over 30 partners. ​