Service accessibility problem from Iran
I just wanted to confirm whether confronting Google 403 Error page when trying to access "Firefox Monitor" service from a US-sanctioned country (Iran in my case) is normal and intended behavior or is it just a mistaken error. When I try to access the mentioned service from my home country of Iran, I get the error page you can see in the attached image. We in Iran are kind of used to seeing this page in the most unexpected circumstances, but this was my first time encountering it when trying to use one of Mozilla services; so I just wanted to confirm.
Additional System Details
- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:69.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/69.0
Hi haghshenas_m_a, I notice your screenshot refers to oauth, so I wonder whether there is a problem signing in to Firefox Monitor using a Google Account (or Firefox Account linked to a Google Account).
Can you access the site anonymously in a private window?
Firefox uses the following company for breach data, so if you can't access the Monitor site directly, you could search your email address here:
I encounter the same page trying to access the site in a private window. Thanks for the link. Seems like I have some toughening to do!