What is Redirect Tracker?
A URL might be redirected for different reasons, but some of them can be malicious. Usually, a redirect can be because a page is deleted, a site is moved to a new domain, a site is moved to HTTPS, the URL of a page is changed, two or more websites are merged into one, etc. Or just so that you don’t have a long, complicated address to put in your browser (bit.ly and other URL shorteners).
However, sometimes they will send you to the wrong place, which might be harmful to your online security. In any case, it’s important to know where we are sent when we click on a link, and you no longer have to rely on tools like WhereGoes. Redirect Tracker will show you exactly where the link takes you. Stay safe and informed, thanks to this tool.