Anonymous file transfer between users is the foundation of secure Internet browsing. However, in practice, in order to get out of sight of hackers and other intruders, it is enough to simply hide your IP address and real email address that can reveal your identity in real life. The simplest way to do so is to use a temporary anonymous email that does not require registration. That is, it does not allow hackers to identify you as the recipient of a specific file.

The Crypto G Mail temporary email service is available to any user and does not require any special configuration. Simply go to the Crypto G Mail page, and you will immediately be taken to the admin panel of a temporary email address without any registration process.

Here are a few examples of using the Crypto G Mail temporary email service to transfer files anonymously between two Internet users:

Example 1:

User 1 uploads the file to a file-sharing service and sends a link to the file to user 2. Then user 2 can use any web service to send a file from the file-sharing service to a temporary email address at any time convenient for him and download the attached file from that email to his computer. Since this method does not require communication between user 1 and user 2 at the time of file transfer, and user 2 does not in any way disclose his IP address and real email address, it is problematic for attackers to identify user 2 as the recipient of the file.

Example 2:

The user wishes to download a file anonymously from any web resource. In this case, there is no need to set up complex communication channels to achieve anonymity. Simply use any web service for sending a file to an email, while specifying a link to the required file and the temporary email address. In this case, it is almost impossible to identify the user as the recipient of this particular file.