Phishing Reports

Phishing Reports Guide

In this article, we cover the different reports we can view regarding Email Campaigns. Phishing Reports are available for users of the admin portal and will provide statistics that are very much a necessity to all organisations and their reporting responsible departments, such as Human Resources, etc. This report focuses on Phishing Campaigns related analysis and can assist companies identify the most common mistakes made by their personnel as well as point out all employees that have not been “phished” yet.

1. Navigate to Reports:


You should get the following output:

3. You can always click on the Go Back button to return to the previous directory:

4. Let’s view the first option called Email Campaign Report Card. To do this, press on the View Report button next to it:

A report card will look like the below. Before exporting a report, you may apply different filters such as the Recipient Position, the Department, Division, Location and for which campaign to export a report.

5. You may download the report for your own use. Just click on Export PDF or Export Excel:

It will essentially export a snapshot of the report into a PDF file format:

6. In general, at the top of the report, we can see various Campaign Details such as dates, addresses and phishing methods (attachments and/or landing pages) used.

7. On the other hand, middle section of the report provides statistics about Campaign Failures such as estimated Failure (phish prone) Percentage and Phishing Failures which displays the target recipients along with their various actions.

8. The Recipient Status, which is found at the bottom of the report, shows different recipient related information as well as the final actions (Opened Attachment) taken by that recipient during the phishing campaign:

9. You can always visit a recipient’s profile by clicking on their name:

10. Same thing applies for groups:

11. Let’s move on to the next option of the Phishing Reports called Phishing Failures by Campaigns:

As we can see, this section provides a graph along with a table, and they display campaign statistics such as the number of recipients targeted by the campaigns, the campaigns’ phish prone percentages and more.

12. Additionally, we can filter the graph to draw specific results. To do that, just click on any of the available filtering values:

In this example, we are filtering all campaigns out of all the available options except the Attachments Opened value:

13. As with recipient profiles and groups, we can click on a Campaign to view its stats.

14. Finally, let’s visit the last phishing report called Unphished Recipients:

This report displays a list of recipients that have not been “phished” yet. It will essentially help you develop a pending recipients list for your next Email Campaign.

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