Verify Urls (still) not working

Hi,
again I find the same error I notified here around 1 month ago.

I created a new project, inserted a website and then, with right click on the project > show urls > verified, I inserted around 50 mixed urls (some pointing to the website of the project – field URL in the top project) and many other urls pointing to others sites, just to check if SER is checking well.

After pushing the button “Verify”, SER will mark ALL the urls as GREEN (so positive answer), but I know most of that links have no links to that website (I checked them manually). And the column Link URL show an N/A without any link.

Can you please check this feature? It’s something I use a lot and now I’m not trusting anymore on its functionality.

Thanks

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