Welcome to “Send.firefox.com” a test experiment by Mozilla

Mozilla just launched a file sharing site named as “Send.firefox.com” through which you can easily send a file from one person to another. Basically its a file sharing experiment which allows you to send encrypted files to other users.

Send lets you upload and encrypt large files up to 1 GB only which it creates a special link to send it to other user. Each link will expire after 1 Download/24 hours and will be deleted permanently from the server.

The best thing about “Send” is that Mozilla does not have the ability to access the content of your encrypted file.

Send concept is 80% similar to Wetransfer.com where it allows you to send up to 2GB for 7days/unlimited downloads. Wetransfer also offering Plus premium package where you can send the file up to 20GB of size.

Mozilla is also working on Voice/Speech Recognition system where they’re collecting the samples of speech from different voices.

Also get ready for the biggest event i.e. MOZFEST 2017 which is going to be start from 27th October to 29th October 2017 at Ravensbourne College, Greenwich, London. You can easily purchase the tickets for MozFest 2017 by clicking this link. This Mozfest is totally devoted to Internet Health.

You can check out all Mozilla Experiments from testpilot.firefox.com.

Mozilla is classifying Send as an experiment for now, so it’s possible that the site won’t be around forever. But the service already seems useful. And if it catches on, maybe it’ll stick around as a way to keep sending stuff.

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  1. I am usually sending more GB. That is why I am using MyAirBridge (www.myairbridge.com). With this service you can send up to 20 GB totally for free and without any registration. It also has the highest possible encryption during the transfer.

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