I was unaware that the test results were public - how can I delete a test that I have run?
Most test results are private by default (unless someone has the result URL). They usually have a long test ID (after the date part) which is a random hash. They will show up in your personal test history but nobody else can find them.
If you REALLY want to delete a test result then you will have to email me the test ID or the URL being tested and I can do it manually.
Are you sure about that?
They default to private but they can still end up being public if the UI remembered the setting or if specified through the API. I just added support for forcing ALL tests to be private and turned it on so going forward you’d have to jump through a bunch of hoops to actually make a test public on the public instance.
As far as the default list, if the tests were run as public they will be discoverable (and yes, the vast majority are private - there are upwards of 100,000 tests run per day).
If there are some in the test log you’re worried about, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) the URLs tested or the test ID’s and I can scrub the logs.