What is a link report?

What is a link report?

A linked report is a report server item that provides an access point to an existing report. Conceptually, it is similar to a program shortcut that you use to run a program or open a file. A linked report is derived from an existing report and retains the original’s report definition.

How do you create a report link?

Get a link to your report

  1. View or edit the report.
  2. In the upper right, click Share, then click Get report link .
  3. Click COPY LINK.

Can you put a link in a report?

A web report can be linked with other reports, locations specified by URLs, e-mail addresses or Blob data type fields, so that the report users can gain access to the linked targets by clicking the corresponding trigger objects in the report.

How do I report a fake link?

If you come across a website you believe is spoofed, or just looks like a phishing page attempting to steal user information, you can report the URL and submit comments to Google using this form: https://safebrowsing.google.com/safebrowsing/report_phish/?hl=en.

How do I report a link on Google?

To report a violation:

  1. On a computer, go to drive.google.com.
  2. Right-click the file you want to report. click Report abuse.
  3. Choose the type of abuse found in the file. Each abuse type has a description to help you determine if the file has violated our policies.
  4. Click Submit Abuse Report.

How do I get a link URL to report a piece of content?

  1. Tap and enter the name of the profile, Page, group or event where the content appears.
  2. Find the content you’re trying to report on the profile, Page, group or event.
  3. Tap date or time link in the post, comment, photo, share or video.
  4. Tap and hold the address bar.
  5. Tap Copy.

What can suspicious links do?

Clicking on a phishing link or opening an attachment in one of these messages may install malware, like viruses, spyware or ransomware, on your device. This is all done behind the scenes, so it is undetectable to the average user.

How do you know if a link is suspicious?

Before clicking any suspicious link, use one of these link checkers to check that it doesn’t lead to malware or other security threats….These sites should deliver the confirmation you need when checking sketchy links:

  1. Norton Safe Web.
  2. ScanURL.
  3. PhishTank.
  4. Google Transparency Report.
  5. VirusTotal.
  6. PSafe dfndr lab.
  7. URLVoid.