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    Default [How to] fix 403 Forbidden error for addon domain

    Due to recent security updates, ownership of addon domain and subdomain folders were changed from user:nobody, to more secure set user:user.

    For some accounts or portions of an account, this resulted in a 403 Forbidden error seen on certain subdomains or addon domains. This can be easily fixed by setting 755 permissions for the addon or subdomain's folder in cPanel File Manager.

    If you are new to changing permissions, the video tutorials below should be in good use for you:

    Web Hosting Video Tutorials

    If you would prefer we change permissions for you, please open a ticket.
    Last edited by Matt; 04-04-2013 at 09:32 PM. Reason: Making it in English.

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