This means somebody else wants to share data with you and they have sent you a URL which you can use to retrieve the data (see methods below).
When you download data via a direct shareable link, it will download the data into a container (e.g. a zip or tar or aar [Arcitecta container]). After downloading the container you will have to unpack it. Note that zip containers are poor for anything other than small (few GB) data
Direct shareable links are a poor way to distribute big data because
There are a variety of methods to download the data via the URL.
curl “https://mediaflux.vicnode.org.au/mflux/share.mfjp?_token=pkPfWMlGGoHZvroPbDNP112871145” -k -d browser=false -o DeskTopTraining.zip
&filenameattribute, it won't be used and you have to specify the -o <output file>.
&filenameattribute, it won't be used and you have to specify the -O <output file>.
You need to unpack the container to access the data