Firefox Send Is A Free Encrypted File Sharing Service from Mozilla

Firefox Send lets you share 1GB files with no strings attached

Now, the company has another service called Firefox Send and it is essentially, a browser-based file sharing service that could be handy if you need to send large files to someone else.

Those that wish to send files up to 1GB in size can do so without registering, while those that have files up to 2.5GB in size, will need to create a free Firefox account before proceeding. After going to the site, users can drag and drop a link, choose an expiration date, or limit the number of downloads.

With Send, you can share files up to 1GB without an account and 2.5GB when you sign in.

We first met Firefox Send past year as one of the company's "Test Pilot" experiments. The maximum for both being 100 downloads and seven days, respectively. They can also add a password for an extra layer of security, if they choose. You can share a link to the uploaded files with anyone. Firefox Send features end-to-end encryption, enabling users to send sensitive documents they may otherwise be uncomfortable uploading, such as financial papers or business reports.

Firefox Send lets you share 1GB files with no strings attached
Mozilla launches Firefox Send, a free, encrypted file-sharing service

There are plenty of file-sending services out there. Mozilla makes it easy to keep your files safe, ' claimed Mozilla's Nick Nguyen at the time.

But even though the details aren't in the public blog post, they have still been available throughout the testing phase. And it also uses the Web crypto programming interface, which is one of the better-tested ways Internet applications can perform cryptographic operations without having access to decryption keys. For the time being, it's limited to a website, send.firefox.com, but Mozilla says that an Android app is coming later this week.

Now, you're probably asking, "why can't I just send my files through email or a cloud storage service like Google Drive?".

Check out Firefox Send here →.

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