Tresorit Send

Ultra-secure, end-to-end encrypted large file sharing.

5.0/5
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Tresorit Send is an ultra-secure, end-to-end encrypted large file sharing solution. Replace risky email attachments with secure links. Tresorit Send makes large file sending quick and easy. Simply drag-and-drop any kind of files up to 5GB to upload them and share the received link.

Would you recommend this product?
product marketing manager

Tresorit Send is like a secure alternate to WeTransfer. I found the open notification very useful and it's great, that it's free. I also downloaded the Chrome extension.

Pros:

Super easy-to-use and secure thanks to encryption.

Cons:

Right now it's in beta.

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It's a secure alternative to WeTransfer

Pros:

End to end encryption

Sending files for free up to 5 GB

Cons:

It's a new product

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UI Designer

It's in beta, but I'd bet its best-in-class for file-sharing.

Pros:

Great way to share files. Easy-to use, fast. Allows you to send files up to 5 GBs (!!!), reliable and secure

Cons:

Beta has been released so far.

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Chief Product at InSimu

I think it is the best free temporary file sending service which I ever used.

Pros:

Easy to use, 5GB for FREE

Cons:

This is a new product

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Software Engineer

Tresorit has a great reputation as an end-to-end encrypted file sharing company. I've been a Tresorit user for years and I'm happy with the service. If I need to quickly send a file I'm pretty sure I'll use Tresorit Send. ✈️

Pros:

– easy to use

– free

– no registration needed

– huge storage

– encrypted

– I get emails when my files are accessed

– Chrome extension !!

Cons:

– will take time for users to recognize Tresorit Send as an alternative to WeTransfer

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Software Engineer

Tresorit is a real name in the field, so I can guess they got security right at this product as well.

Pros:

- E2E-encrypted, zero-knowledge, thus truly secure (personal favourite),

- links can be controlled and revoked if needed!

- Chrome extension

Cons:

- beta

- new product, needs much more recognition

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