Mozilla's "Firefox Send [firefox.com]" a free encrypted file sharing service has been moved from testing to release status as of Tuesday.
Firfox Send is
a way to encrypt local files and store them on Mozilla's servers, provided by AWS, for retrieval with a one-time use URL.
Send supports up to 1GB, or 2.5 GB if you are signed in to a free Firefox Account. (this also increases the number of times a file can be downloaded)
Links can be used (settable) up to 100 times and (settable) up to 7 days.
"Send uses end-to-end encryption to keep your data secure from the moment you share to the moment your file is opened," said Nick Nguyen, Mozilla's VP of Firefox Product, in a blog post [mozilla.org].
This is really cool. Blocks incoming on corporate firewalls in 3....2.....1.........