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Mozilla has finally launched its free, end-to-end encrypted file-transfer service,Firefox Send

Mozilla has finally launched its free, end-to-end encrypted file-transfer service, called Firefox Send:

Mozilla launched new file sharing service called Fire Fox send.The new service offers its user a private and secure way to share their files.That means it will eliminate the need of less secure paid service.This service will allow users to securely share large files like video, audio or photo files that can be too big to fit into an email attachment.Firefox Send allows you to send files up to 1GB in size, but if you sign up for a free Firefox account, you can upload files as large as 2.5GB in size.
Firefox Send


Highlights Of Firefox Send:

End-to-End Encryption –

Firefox send uses a encrypted technology that makes your shared file private and secure.
Set Time Limit –
You can set a time limit for download your file.After the time the file downloading link will be expired.

Limit Number Of  Downloads –

You can limit the number of  Downloads.It can be between 1 to 100 downloads.After that the download link will be expire.

Set Password –

The additional option is you can set password for a extra protection.If you want to share files for a perticluler user then this option is really helpful.
Currently the service uses a browser based encryption technology that encrypt your files over the internet.That means only the receiver can decrypt the file.
There are so many services like Google Drive,Dropbox,One Drive uses dekstop and mobile application too.But Firefox send not available in Desktop or any integrated products.As mention in a blog post Firefox Send will also be available as an Android app in beta later this week.
Firefox Send uses end-to-end encryption to keep your data secure from the moment you share to the moment your file is opened. It also offers security controls that you can set. You can choose when your file link expires, the number of downloads, and whether to add an optional password for an extra layer of security.
Firefox Send makes it easy for your recipient, too. No hoops to jump through. They simply receive a link to click and download the file. They don’t need to have a Firefox account to access your file. Overall, this makes the sharing experience seamless for both parties, and as quick as sending an email.
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