Government authorities throughout the Middle East and Iran in particular, are increasingly sensitive to what their citizens can and cannot access over the internet.
From outright blocking of social networking sites to surveillance of any criticisms of the authorities, people in Arab countries face many obstacles to unfettered access of the internet.
An easy way to securely avoid these government imposed firewalls and state snooping is to use a reliable VPN service. Encryption may technically be illegal or restricted in some countries though, so that’s something to keep in mind. For example, Pakistan recently announced an encryption ban, including VPN’s, unless a permit to use one is obtained.
Below are the best VPN services for the Middle East and Iran: