Mozilla has released Firefox Send, a free file sharing service that allows users to download files to the service and share the URL with others.
Users can download files up to 1GB each, or create a free Mozilla account for download up to 2.5GB (up to 100 times) before the link expires. You can also select a period of time (up to 7 days) after which the link expires automatically. To make it even more secure, you can add a password to the link and share the password with the link so that only people with a link and password can access the files.
Firefox Send is ideal if you want to quickly send files to someone, but beyond what you can normally send by e-mail. It’s also best to download them to a cloud storage service, such as Dropbox, because the files are stored there permanently and you need to manually delete them. For files that are not important enough to be permanently stored or accessed by many people, this is the ideal solution.
As with all Mozilla services, the service is free and available at send.firefox.com.
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