28 Nov

<span>Recently, there has been an increased interest from the Iranian authorities in developing espionage and hacking and a growing interest in communications technology. There are informed sources stating that Iranian intelligence is trying hard to work on the artificial intelligence vulnerability. Iran has also imposed censorship on the Internet and access to tools to circumvent censorship, such as virtual private networks. (VPN), Iran is aggressively targeting VPNs with its growing interest in developing DNS hijacking methods.</span><span></span><br><span>Iran seeks to develop its dangerous electronic activities, to call what it is doing “fighting the enemy.” This is what can be called “electronic terrorism” for Tehran, to spread fraud, piracy, and exploit electronic tweets. The Iranian authorities manipulate the DNS domain, which works like a phone book. It allows users to access the DNS domain. The web they want.</span><span></span><br><span></span><br><span>ICT Minister Isa Zaripur said of these steps: The government has only curtailed easy access to immoral and violent content - he justified this by saying - in response to repeated requests from families"</span><span></span><br><span>What is more dangerous is that the Iranian authorities are using intrusive measures such as deep packet inspection (DPI) to target encryption protocols to penetrate the privacy of Iranians. Therefore, Iran’s interest in information and communications technology has recently increased. Just as Iran uses technology to spy on countries, it is also spying on the privacy of Iranians.</span><span></span><br><span>The Iranian authorities also have a historical aversion to encryption and prevent the delivery of encrypted packages. Therefore, extreme caution must be given to Iran’s increasing interest in information and communications technology and work to combat Iranian electronic terrorist activities.</span>