Let’s admit that we all wished to send encrypted files over the internet. Some file-sharing sites do offer this feature, but what if you want to send a self-destructing file?
Firefox Send is a feature that lets you send password-protected files over the internet. The service allows you to send files of up to 2.5GB in size with password protection for extra security.
While the service is very secure and doesn’t save your file to the cloud, you still have the option to set the expiration date. By default, every file link generated via Firefox Send is set to expire after 24 hours.
Steps to Use Firefox Send to Send Self Destruction File
This means if the recipient hasn’t downloaded the files within 24 hours, the file will be expired. So, if you are interested in using this new feature of the Firefox browser, continue reading the guide. Below are the steps to use Firefox send to send self-destructing files.
1. First, open the Firefox Send portal on the Mozilla Firefox browser; this is the link.
2. There will be a button on the screen named “Select a file on your computer“. Just click on it and select the file you want to send.
3. Your selected file will be uploaded to the portal, and after completion, you will get the unique download link for the file. The URL you will acquire will only be used within the next 24 hours. You can share the URL link with anyone you wish to share the file with.
Then if you wish to delete the file from the portal and even make it inaccessible to others, you can do it easily. Delete the file uploaded to the Firefox send portal, and that’s all!
4. The file would be automatically deleted after 24 hours, and the link would become inactive.
So, these are some easy steps to use Firefox Send to send self-destructing files over the internet. If you need more help using Firefox Send, let us know in the comments below.