A URL can be redirected for various reasons, but some of them can be malicious. Normally, a redirect can be due to a page being deleted, moved to a new domain, moved to HTTPS, the URL of a page has been changed, two or more websites have been combined into one, etc. However, sometimes they will send you to the wrong place, which could pose a risk to your online security. In any case, it is important to know where we are being sent when we click on a link. Redirect Tracker will show you exactly where the link takes you. Stay safe and informed thanks to our tool.
Why do I need to track my URL?
. Because you are curious and want to know where a shortened URL leads (you may not trust the source).
2. Because you are dedicated to security and want to avoid a phishing or malware attack.
3. Because you are a web designer or marketer and you want to check your links.
What are the different types of redirects?
Permanently moved - This basically means that the address you are trying to access has been permanently removed or moved elsewhere. This redirect is usually used when you want to delete or change a page and replace it with another. The old address should be deleted and replaced with the new one to avoid redirection.302 Found - Used for temporary redirects, 302 is the equivalent of a 307 depending on the HTTP specifications (302 works for HTTP 1.0). It is used to temporarily redirect one URL to another. Typically used when you plan to reuse the redirected URL in the future. It means that the page is available in a new location for a limited period of time, not forever.303 See others - When the page needs more time to load (after a form has been filled, a credit card payment, a transaction, etc.), you are redirected to another page during the wait so that you do not add the page to favorites or update.307 Temporary Redirection - The equivalent of a 302 but for HTTP 1.1 The requested URL has been temporarily moved to another location. This redirect is often used when the old URL is needed again in the future.