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Firefox Send lets you send files up to 2.5GB with time and download limits

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2019/03/firefox-send-exits-testing-promising-secure-and-simple-file-sharing/
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Mar 13, 2019 1:31 PM 1+ week ago

After you click the "Select files to upload button," you pick the file you want to send from your local machine.

From here, you can set the time limit, download limit, and password.

Mozilla has publicly launched its Firefox Send file-sharing service after a lengthy testing period. It allows you to send files via a link to anyone and set conditions for access like a time period or number of downloads before the file expires.

You can set a limit to how many times the file can be downloaded before it is deleted from the servers: one, two, three, four, five, 20, 50, or 100 times. You can also set a time limit before deletion--seven days, one day, one hour, or five minutes. Finally, you can set a password of your choice for access to the file. After you go through this brief process, you'll get a link to send to the recipient to download the file.

There are plenty of file-sending services ...

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