Published on is my preferred alternative to the Firefox Send service on this list. This website’s UI is basic and contemporary. It has all of the capabilities that Firefox Send had, if not more. With password protection and expiration based on time or number of downloads, the transfer amount is significantly increased to 10 GB. And this is all accomplished using end-to-end encryption.

You do not need to create an account or anything like to accomplish this. Simply visit the website, upload the files you wish to distribute, and obtain a link or QR code. You have the option to add a password to the transmission throughout this process. This password is required to download and access the files. In addition, you can set the expiration date for the files. You can set the expiration date in both days and downloads.

How can files be shared via

  • Follow the link provided below to access the website.
  • You may upload additional files up to 10 GB in size that you wish to share.
  • Set the files’ expiration date to your desire. You may add a password as well.
  • Click the Upload button then. Share the uploaded files using the given link or QR code after the upload has completed.
  • To access and download the files, recipients must click the link and enter the appropriate password.

Key Ideas:

  • Maximum File Size: up to 10 GB.
  • Numerous File Transfer: Yes, multiple files can be sent simultaneously.
  • Sign-in Required: No, an account is not required.
  • Method of Sharing: Link and QR Code
  • Security: End-to-end ciphering
  • Expiration: Set files to expire after a certain number of downloads (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 20 downloads) or after a certain amount of time (5 mins, 1 hour, 1 day, or 5 days).
  • Yes, you can limit the number of downloads to 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 20.
  • Password Protection: Yes, a password can be added to the transfer.

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