Given that the files are encrypted and aren't stored, however, it's going to be ruddy hard for anyone to find out what you've sent anyway.
Test Pilot programmes are Mozilla's way of trying out new functionality, whether standalone products or browser features, in beta form. After going to the site, users can drag and drop a link, choose an expiration date, or limit the number of downloads.
Firefox Send acts as a secure file-transfer service, meant to help you privately share sensitive files with others. The maximum for both being 100 downloads and seven days, respectively. You can also set a time limit before deletion-seven days, one day, one hour, or five minutes.More news: Several dead in Brazil school shooting
The service is billed as a simple - and free - way to send large files.
Firefox Send allows users to send up to 1GB of files for free.More news: Nancy Pelosi says impeaching Donald Trump 'just not worth it'
Mozilla's offering is hardly innovative, but it's easy to use and feels less cumbersome than other services. 'Sending files over the internet is something many of us do everyday.
The nonprofit behind the popular open-source web browser has its new encrypted self-destructing file-sharing platform, . This concept is in vogue right now; Snapchat-like impermanence was also mentioned by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as a core tenet for privacy and security in that company's stated future plans.More news: Murray throws at his pro day, meets with Giants
Check out Firefox Send here →.
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