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Jira automation - webhooks blocked by proxy squid with error 403 Edited

Hello community,

I am trying to run Jenkins jobs based upon Jira changes. Using the same headers  I can make it work with postman.


According the response seems like proxy squid blocks all request with 403 error:



I suppose any issue with authorization. Authorization Basic header is "<EMAIL>:<API_TOKEN>" encoded to base64. What am I doing wrong?

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Fazila Ashraf Community Leader Apr 15, 2021

Hi @Timur Khananiev 

403 is not about password but about access.

Can you check whether the account is locked or something? And whether it has the right access to do it?

Hi @Fazila Ashraf 

Account is active, and has admin rights on project. I see that HTTP request blocked by the atlassian proxy squid and and doesn't even reach the destination. 

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