16
Aug
2010

How to Solve and Fix Google Error 403

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Sometimes, while searching the Internet using Google, the famous search engine could give the following error message: “Google  Error  403 Forbidden – We’re sorry… … but your query looks similar to automated requests from a computer virus or spyware application. To protect our users…”. Such error is triggered when you search Google using special queries or in some cases  run special software which automatically scans the web for certain keywords. Other time instead the whole matter could be more serious than you thought. Let’s see how to fix this issue.

If you run  software or script meant to automatically search for certain keywords with queries or if you make a search after another at a fast pace, Google could misunderstand this behavior as the one performed by viruses.

The first thing to do is let Google “breaths” for a little while. So, stop searching the Internet for a couple of minutes or stop the software from performing automatic queries. If, after the break, the Google error 403 continues to show up, try the following tricks:

  1. Delete your browser’s cookies.
  2. Clear your Internet Browser cache.
  3. Turn off your Internet connection and turn it back on after 5 minutes.
  4. Scan your computer for viruses and spyware using free tools such as: Spybot Search and Destroy or Ad-Aware,
  5. Install a free firewall such as ZoneAlarm.



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