The services aimed at sending files generally depend on hosting what we want to send on a server so that the recipient can later download it. Although these mechanisms are quite fast and fulfill their function perfectly, there is an important safety factor when putting our information in the hands of third-party servers. Therefore, below we will present a service that dispenses with third-party servers to establish a direct connection between the two computers involved.
Its name is Web Worm Hole and it will allow you to send the heaviest files through an extremely simple and fast mechanism.
Send files without intermediaries
Sending files over the internet is a really simple task right now, thanks to the number of services and mechanisms available to achieve it. As we mentioned earlier, file sending services generally depend on servers where the information is stored waiting to be downloaded.
However, the security factor in this mechanism is compromised, considering that, if we are handling sensitive data, it will be in the hands of third parties for a certain time. For this reason, the Web Worm Hole service is excellent for its ability to establish direct communication between the two computers.
It should be noted that this is a free service and does not deserve registration processes, so it will be a matter of entering and serving you.
To get started, go to the site from the link at the end of this article and click the “New Worm Hole” button. This will take you to a new screen that will display a QR code and an alphanumeric code, which you must share with the recipient of the file.
To complete the connection, the recipient must enter the Web Worm Hole website and enter the code shown previously. In case of scanning the QR code, the session will be immediate and you will see the confirmation on the screen.
Once communication is established, they can send any file in both directions. In this way, the data will not go through any third-party server and you will be sure that no one else will have access to the data you send.
To try it out, follow this link.
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