403 Error after moving quarantined files back to public_html

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I'm receiving a 403 error after moving the files back from the quarantine folder. I've reviewed permissions on all files and folders and they are correct. I've verified them against other sites which are functioning correctly.
Hello, Thank you for your question about 403 errors. After checking permissions, I recommend checking your .htaccess file (or renaming it temporarily as a test). These steps are included in our full guide on 403 Forbidden Error. I also tested your site, and did not see a 403 error. Can you provide steps I can take to see the error. If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below. Thank you, John-Paul