This problem is usually caused by the request being blocked or not accessible by the server. HTTP response status code 403 indicates that the server understands the client's request, but the server refuses to execute the request.
One possible reason is that your request lacks the necessary authentication information, such as API keys, Access tokens, etc. If this is the case, you will need to provide the correct authentication information in order to access the server.
Another possible reason is that the server has permission control on the requested resource and the requester does not have enough permission to access the resource. If this is the case, you will need to contact the server administrator or service provider to obtain sufficient permissions to access the server.
It is also possible that your request was blocked by the server's firewall or security measures, for example because your request was mistaken for malicious attack or abuse. If this is the case, you need to check the content and frequency of the requests, or contact the server administrator or service provider to resolve the issue.