403 Error – Its Your ISP Blocking Your Access To My Posts. Here Is The Free Solution To Outmaneuver Them

<sigh> – My how the world hates truth.  If you are getting page load errors that say something like “403 ERROR” the page you are attempting to load does not exist”, or “You do not have permission to access this page”, it is your ISP blocking YOU from reading me.  They are denying you their permission to read.  The simple, easy and free solution is to run a VPN service on your computer of mobile device.  I do.

Also, GMAIL and YAHOO are really bad about sending my post notifications to spam or blocking your ability to access my post (yahoo, 403 error).

The best solution for you is free.  Go to protonmail.com and create a free encrypted mail account.  It is very valuable for a number of good reasons. 

Here is a link to several free VPN providers.  “VPN” stands for “Virtual Private Network”, and these give you encrypted data so that no one can intercept what you send or receive through your browser.  Web pages, primarily.

The best free VPN on the list is https://protonvpn.com/free-vpn

You need this tool.  I run a VPN called Cyber Ghost on my devices and I pay for it.  It works always and I am happy with them.  Are others as good or better?  Sure.  Who?  Dunno.  But if you are getting the 403 errors and being told you do not have permission to access my posts and pages, it is your ISP denying you THEIR permission.  Some countries are worse about this than others.  Australia is pretty bad about it.

So do not wait.  Install a VPN now. Now, not this afternoon or tomorrow.  It takes about five to 10 minutes.  Then they cannot deny you their permission because they have no idea what you are doing on the web.

https://uk.pcmag.com/encryption/4328/the-best-free-vpns

Don’t wait, because tomorrow you might find yourself blocked and unable to access even this page to get the free VPN links.

 

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