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403 Forbidden Error problem! :s

Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by gunnerce, Apr 17, 2008.

  1. gunnerce

    gunnerce Registered

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    Hey two days ago some one hacked my site.. i upload my backup but i have problem with 403 forbidden error

    When i will write this link on my firefox
    www.dt-gaming.net/gunner/contract.jpg the link can't open it
    and my site www.dt-gaming.net working fine but the folders on public_html don't.
    I don't know how to fix that error if any one knews please help me what i have to do ?





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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    You could check the permissions on this file to make sure it is world readable. You might do better to ask your host to see if they can help.
     
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    Make sure your directories under public_html have 777 permission ( rwx for owner, group and others).
     
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    Check Folder permission

    If the file permission is 644 or more than that then Pls make sure that all the folder under public_html have 755 permission. The folder permissions are wrong there thats why you are facing this problem.
     
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    Check your error log - that will tell you exactly why you are getting the 403.

    I had a problem recently with a site getting 403's on everything and it turned out the .htaccess folder in their ftp root was corrupt.

    I'd wasted lots of time checking permissions on the home directory public_html and their files when a quick look at the error log showed that the htaccess folder couldnt be read. I deleted it and that resolved the issue.
     

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