Make short URL greate again
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Google Safe Browsing
A Google service that warns users when they visit dangerous sites or automatically download links
Google Abusive Expirience
Google service, shows pages of sites that have recorded attempts to abuse or attempts to mislead the user - click imitations, phishing, automatic redirects, etc.
Numbers of redirects:
This tool does not check a link if it stores more than 5 redirects, such a link is potentially dangerous to navigate
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The main goal is to check the link safety
The tool will solve 2 tasks - you will find out where the link leads and how safe it is. A long URL can be made short using a well-known service. Short links can hide not only a safe redirect, but also the result of the work of scammers. We use Google Safe Browsing and Google Abusive Experience for security checks. The first determines how safe the URL is according to Google. The second one will show if the domain is on the blacklist services. A page preview of the final URL at the time of the last check by our service is also available. The Title, Description can show more information about the site, and where it redirects you. You will receive information about the title and a short description of the page of the decoded link.
Decrypt any short link
We will decode any short URL of most services, including: Popular services: bit.ly, cutt.ly, surl.li, tinyurl.com Regional: clck.ru, bitly.su, cutt.us, tiny.pl, Others: t.ly, dl.ink, short.io, vk cc Insert a short link into our tool, we will decode the link and provide information upon request. All you have to do is decide if you want to follow this link, then copy the full link and follow it in the browser or not.
URLs can be unsafe
Short links can hide dangerous web sites: phishing sites, resources with inappropriate content, links to download malware, etc. Do not ignore the warnings of our tool. When you navigate, pay attention to the preview, title and description page, messages from Google profile services, and the number of redirects. Often, hackers hide the final URL behind multiple redirects. If you see a warning about 5 or more redirects, this link is potentially dangerous.