Error 403 is one of the most common problems that users encounter when using the Internet. By itself, the error does not carry anything serious in itself, so you should not be afraid of its appearance.
What does a 403 error mean?
For the most part, a 403 error occurs due to some kind of problem either from the client side or from the server side from which the user is trying to get a response. For many users, the occurrence of a 403 error means that they do not have permission to view the content or view the page.
Causes of error 403 and their elimination
There are several reasons for this problem. First, you need to clearly understand that the restrictions are set directly by the site administrator, which means that the reason can be literally anything. Most often, the reason lies in: the software used or the user getting a ban on the resource. It is worth noting that in the latter case, there are two options for the development of events: either you were banned for a certain amount of time, after which you will be able to use the site's capabilities again, or you have permanently restricted access, that is, the punishment will be valid until the administrator himself will not cancel it.
If you are sure that you cannot have any restrictions and at the same time, you cannot access the site, then you need to contact the technical support of the resource itself for help. Most likely, in this case, the problem lies precisely in the problems of the server itself. If you are the administrator of a resource and have received a message of this kind, then you need to check access to viewing the files stored on the site. Sometimes the problem may lie in the fact that when creating a material and posting it, the administrator mistakenly restricts viewing rights. In addition, there is a possibility that the folder names may be incorrect. In this case, you need to make sure they are correct and check the location.
Quite often, the 403 error can be found when working with Google Play Market services. In order to fix the urgent problem, you will need to make sure that the SD card is installed in the device, then clear the cache and Google Play data, and also delete your account. After that, you will need to re-enter Google Play and, upon request, enter the details of your new account, after which the problem will be resolved.
As a result, it turns out that the 403 error is not some serious problem, and if it occurs, it can be easily and simply eliminated.