You can access website scan results two different ways.
The Overview dashboard shows information about what was found in a scan of a domain. The information is broken down into the following categories:
On the Overview dashboard, cookies found in the scan are categorized as Strictly Necessary, Performance, Functionality, Targeting, and Unknown. Cookies are categorized using Cookiepedia. You can add the cookies categorized as Unknown to categories on the Categorizations screen. For more information about categorizing cookies, see Managing and Categorizing Cookies.
On the Scan Results dashboard, you can also see how many of the cookies found were on pages which required a login to access.
The Cookies dashboard shows the cookies found by category and by type as well as a summary of that information.
Below, each cookie found during the scan appears, organized by category.
To see the pages of the domain on which a cookie appears, click the name of the cookie.
In addition to scanning domains for cookies, the scanner also looks for certain types of third-party HTML tags.
On the Overview dashboard, the scanner identifies the following HTML tags:
On the Tags dashboard, you can view third party tags by domain from which the tag is loaded.
The website scanner also detects form elements and uses matching to determine if the fields in the form collect personal data.
On the Forms tab, you can see each field in the audited forms and if that field collects personal information.
To see the page URLs on which a form was found, click the number link in the Forms list.
To see details about the cookies on a particular page, click the URL for the page you want to view.
The website scanner evaluates the HTML5 storage capacity of a website.
On the Overview dashboard, you can see the number of local storage objects detected in the scan.
The Storage dashboard shows each local storage object with details about the host, key, and value.