In reply to @RoxanaStingu
This happens when sites use HSTS. The browser will remember this and automatically use local 307 redirects for any HTTP request. The server could itself be giving a 301/302 etc, as screaming frog would detect.
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Replying to @thetafferboy @RoxanaStingu and 1 otherfalse
Yeah, Mark is spot on. You can replicate what you see in a browser by enabling 'Respect HSTS' under 'Config > Spider > Advanced', but by default we'll show you the underlying redirects and status codes. Little guide on it here if helpful - screamingfrog.co.uk/an-seos-guide-…

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