Mozilla has now launched send.firefox.com file sharing service to the public. It's a great new free file sharing service. And the best thing is that it uses end-to-end encryption, so no one can see what you are sharing except for you and the receiver. You can share files up to 2.5GB in size totally for free. And you can set an expiry date or time. That means that your files get removed after that. Great for your privacy.
Firefox Send, Mozilla’s free, encrypted file-transfer service, is officially launching to the public today following its debut as a “Test Pilot” experiment back in August 2017. The service allows web users to share files up to 2.5 GB in size through the browser, while protecting them with end-to-end encryption and a link that automatically expires to keep the shared files private.