Export Maltego Graphs to JSON format
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README.md

Pandora (BETA)

Export Maltego Graphs to JSON format
This means you can import them into Splunk, ElasticSearch or anything else that accepts JSON

Command Line Export

To run a simple export you can use the command line as below
./pandora ExampleGraph.mtgz
This will save the new json file to output/ExampleGraph.json

Web Interface

You can also use the web interface to export and view the output. To start the web server just run:
./webserver.py
This will start a small Flask web server on port 5000

This is just the beginning of the project so more updates will come.