OnionShare: An Open-Source Tool to Share Files Securely Over Tor Network

Brief OnionShare is a free and open-source tool that utilizes the Tor network to share files securely and anonymously.

You might have already come across a lot of online services to share files securely but it may not be completely anonymous.

Also you do have to rely on a centralized service to share your files and if the service decides to shut down like Firefox Send you cant really depend on it to safely share files all the time.

All things considered OnionShare is an amazing open-source tool that lets you share files using the Tor Onion service. It should be an amazing alternative to all the cloud file sharing services.

Lets take a look at what it offers and how it works.

OnionShare is an interesting open-source tool thats available for Linux Windows and macOS.

It lets you securely share files directly from your computer to the receiver without revealing your identity in the process. You dont have to sign up for any account nor does it rely on any centralized storage service.


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