Unity3D game link 403 error

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    Sorry to disturb you with my problem, I really don’t use to post problems on forums, I use to find my answers myself ; but there, I really have a problem I can’t resolve myself… 🙁

    I’m using your free protection for my website : http: //eforgemultimedia.com

    I’m a game developper and I use Unity3D plateform. I’have published my game on a subdmain of mine and there is no problem when we click the link to my website in the game.

    The problem is about the publication I’ve made on Wooglie.com http: //www.wooglie.com/games/Shooters/Asteroid%27s-War. When we click the same button named “eForge” which has to bring us to my website, the adress is followed and we can see it in the adress bar but we receive a “500 Internal Server Error”.

    I was thinking you may have a solution to allow trafic come in from auther domains and from my application. I really don’t know if the problem is about Wooglie’s domain or if it’e about my Unity3D game… ?

    Is there an IP to allow (and how) ?

    Or maybe a white list I’ve to made (and how) ?

    Thank you for your answers !

    http: //eforgemultimedia.com

    PS : sorry for my english, I’m french… :/

    AITpro Admin

    %27 is the single quote coding character/Apostrophe, which is explicitly blocked in several BPS root .htaccess security filters since the single quote coding character is the #1 most dangerous coding character if used maliciously in website hacking attempts/attacks.

    You can either remove the single quote coding character from the URL or modify BPS root .htaccess security filters to allow the single quote coding character in your website URL’s.  See the Forum link below.




    Thirst, a big thanks to you for your fast answer ! 😀

    And a new thanks, because it work ! ^^

    I followed this method :


    “You would remove %27 from these security filters below and also remove the single quote coding character in the QUERY_STRING filter.

    RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} (%0A|%0D|%27|%3C|%3E|%00) [NC,OR]
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_REFERER} (%0A|%0D|%27|%3C|%3E|%00) [NC,OR]
    RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} (<|>|'|%0A|%0D|%27|%3C|%3E|%00) [NC,OR] " ... from the post you've recommended to me.
    The problem is solved with this solution !
    Thank you again ! And for your application to !
    AITpro Admin

    You are very welcome.  Thanks for confirming all is well now.

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