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Mozilla has just launched Firefox Send – a new service that lets you upload and share big files securely. 

Upload files up to 1GB in size and Firefox Send will generate a link that expires after 24 hours or one download, whichever comes first.

The file is encrypted before being sent to a remote server. Mozilla stores the file’s name and size, but can’t access its content.

The only drawback is that the link can't be password-protected, so you need to watch who gets their hands on it.

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Firefox Send is part of the Firefox Test Pilot program, which lets users try experimental features before they’re integrated into the browser. Past experiments have included tab snoozing and a floating media player.

Usually these require the Firefox Test Pilot add-on, but Firefox Send works in any web browser. Give it a try.






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