It's safer to send large files with Firefox Send

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Ferdian Alfianto

Ferdian Alfianto

Ferdian Alfianto is an Internet enthusiast, Mac Lover; likes using Wordpress, experimenting with Linux (especially Debian and Ubuntu), tinkering with pfSense routers, happy experimenting with LEMP (Linux, Nginx, MariaDB, PHP) and Redis. You can contact me here.

Firefox Send is Mozilla's large file delivery service; free, more secure, with a commitment from Mozilla to protect the privacy of your personal information.

Firefox Send interface

Now, to maintain your privacy, the files you send using the Firefox Send service will be encrypted, have a password option to download them, and Mozilla doesn't store your files on their servers, because the files you upload will be deleted automatically with settings that you can adjust. itself, whether the file will be deleted within 5 minutes, 1 hour, 1 day or 7 days.

Configure the time interval before the file is deleted.

It can also delete files themselves after being downloaded 1 time, 2 times, or 100 times.

Configure the download interval before the file is deleted
Password options

Some of the other features that Firefox Send offers:

  • Upload and share files up to 2.5 GB in size
  • The link is active for up to 7 days
  • Easy sharing via any gadget
  • Firefox Send uses Google Cloud infrastructure to store your files, of course, the download speed is unquestionable.

For those of you developers, you can try cloning Firefox Send, because Mozilla put the source of this service on Github.


Firefox Send one good alternative if you want to send a file to someone, with a certain time limit, so that the file is not spread and downloaded repeatedly. Maybe those of you who have a business selling digital products (ebooks, songs, videos, software, etc.) can use Firefox Send to send files to buyers.


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