Sharing files is very common these days, but is it safe and secure? Firefox has been testing for a while and now it’s an officially released a couple of days ago at https://blog.mozilla.org, it’s free up to 1GB without setting up an account, with a free account it gives 2.5 GB. It’s very easy to use for anyone who is looking to share big files that can’t be sent via email. Best thing is it doesn’t stay on the server forever, so no need to worry about, your data out there, it automatically generates a link and you choose how long it should stay shared then deletes it automatically. It’s a free encrypted file transfer service that allows users to safely and you can use any browser, you can use Firebox browser.
Here is how it looks like, all you have to do is go to URL: https://send.firefox.com Then drag and drop files or click on the select file to upload
Once the file is uploaded, you will get default option for your files to be Expires after 1 download or 1 day. You can change to up to 100 download or 7 days. Also, you get an option to put a password as well. Then click on Upload to generate the link.
It will generate the link to be share, which you can copy and paste it to your email whom you want to share your files with.
Based on your selection, you will see options, when your files will be expires. You will have option to copy link in case you forget to copy.
That’s it, very easy secure way to share big files, you can read about Firefox Privacy Notice for more info your secure files share via Firefox.