Fixed docker.md first example See merge request timvisee/send!32
A fork of Mozilla's Firefox Send. Mozilla discontinued Send, this fork is a community effort to keep the project up-to-date and alive.
- Forked at Mozilla's last publicly hosted version
- Mozilla & Firefox branding is removed so you can legally self-host
- Kept compatible with
ffsend(CLI for Send)
- Dependencies have been updated
- Mozilla's changes since the fork have been selectively merged
- Mozilla's experimental report feature, download tokens, trust warnings and FxA changes are not included
Find an up-to-date Docker image here: docs/docker.md
The original project by Mozilla can be found here.
mozilla-master branch holds the
as left by Mozilla.
send-v3 branch holds the commit tree of Mozilla's last
publicly hosted version, which this fork is based on.
send-v4 branch holds the commit tree of Mozilla's last
experimental version which was still a work in progress (featuring file
reporting, download tokens, trust warnings and FxA changes), this has
selectively been merged into this fork.
Please consider to donate to allow me to keep working on this.
Thanks Mozilla for building this amazing tool!
Table of Contents
- What it does
What it does
A file sharing experiment which allows you to send encrypted files to other users.
To start an ephemeral development server, run:
Then, browse to http://localhost:8080
npm run format
|Formats the frontend and server code using prettier.
npm run lint
|Runs the suite of mocha tests.
|Runs the server in development configuration.
npm run build
|Builds the production assets.
npm run prod
|Runs the server in production configuration.
Pull requests are always welcome! Feel free to check out the list of "good first issues" (to be implemented).
Find a list of public instances here: https://github.com/timvisee/send-instances/
Docker quickstart: docs/docker.md
AWS example using Ubuntu Server
- Web: this repository
- Android: see Android section
- Thunderbird: FileLink provider for Send
The android implementation is contained in the
and can be viewed locally for easy testing and editing by running
ANDROID=1 npm start and then visiting http://localhost:8080. CSS and image files are
located in the
qrcode.js licensed under MIT