How to bypass 403 forbidden?

When opening web pages, occasionally users come across the '403 Forbidden' error. This means that, while the web server received the request, the folder or document is one that the server does not share. It is possible to trick some servers into showing the content by accessing the file in an unexpected way. Basically, you insert a period and a slash (./) between the final slash of the URL and the file name. In effect, this simply emphasizes that the file is in the same directory, but the web server mistakenly interprets this as a sign that the user is accessing an open directory.


Failed reading files by using shell to read files on a server , mostly with error 403 forbidden , this video will show you a method for how to bypass this 403 forbidden and read the /etc/passwd file . 

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