Firefox Send

Mozilla launched it’s free encrypted file transfer service Firefox Send that allows users to share the files simply and securely from any browsers.

You can send files up to 2.5GB by having a Firefox account, else you upload files up to 1GB. The recipient of the shared file can simply download it by just clicking on the link shared.

Firefox Send

The Firefox Send offers complete security control over the files uploaded, following are the options it provide.

  • You can set the when the link expires.
  • Download limits
  • Password protection
Firefox Send

“We know there are several cloud sharing solutions out there, but as a continuation of our mission to bring you more private and safer choices, you can trust that your information is safe with Send,” reads Mozilla blog post.

The Firefox Send is a good alternative to other cloud storage services such as Google Drive, mega, media and Dropbox. The cloud-storage central location for all the business data which also include file sharing with user or group on the cloud, chat, email, software development, data workflow management, file access control, add comments, create a public link to share it with others and any other computer application required.

Mozilla launched, the free online encrypted file transfer service yesterday and to launch the Android app within this week. With Firefox Send you can share important personal information, private documents or confidential work files for free.

“As with all Firefox apps and services, Send is Private By Design, meaning all of your files are protected and we stand by our mission to handle your data privately and securely.”

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