Mozilla Test Website for File Sharing is up and working

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Mozilla is one of the most popular web browsers worldwide. Its passionate users have often expressed insecurity during file sharing, on basis of incidents like the 2012 breach. Of course, you don’t want hackers to grab and delete your shared files!

Mozilla comes up with a solution regarding this by introducing an experimental website named Send. This website lets one user send files as large up to 1GB without feeling insecure.

Your shared files will stick around for 24 hours and will be automatically deleted right after your recipient finishes downloading. This way, you don’t even have to remember deleting the files.

This is not entirely a new concept. But Mozilla’s recognition and the simplicity in the drag-and-drop process makes it more convenient in file sharing.

The website Send probably won’t last forever unless it becomes popular among users. In case you don’t require shuttling large files, you can check out two other experiments on the site. These are Voice Fill and Notes. As the name suggests, Voice Fill lets users speak in order to input text. And, Notes, on the other hand, provides a space for users to note down memos fast without leaving the browser.

Below is the video that demonstrates Send, the Firefox experimental website.

Source: Engadget

Mozilla Test Website for File Sharing is up and working