Access error when going to S3 console - 403 Forbidden error for all the s3 bucket



Today - without any specific operation which I have made - I got the following error when accessing to the S3 Console at:

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Furthermore when trying to accessing to any S3 buckets which belong to the same organisation and they were public (Static web sites) we got:

403 Forbidden

Code: AllAccessDisabled

Message: All access to this object has been disabled

RequestId: 4AWKPXHEKK4R23B4

HostId: yP4BnTua4EXv2MjpPpSZip2gIrifx2xZ7ckCkMNGKjFjujJzuMMQUlgKxQi9GXMPEGdjnPrR6G0=

At the moment I cannot see the S3 console, and all the public websites inside that S3 static folder are under 403 Forbidden error. Do you have any advice of what could have been done.


1 Answer


Please Open a Support ticket in AWS Billing they will help you, It may be related to the Default credit card used for the AWS account

Thank You GK

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answered 2 years ago
  • I have already a support ticket to the AWS Billing, and they said it is not a billing problem, but it is a technical problem. The problem is that we don't understand with problem is at the moment.

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