Recently infringing material had been uploaded to the website by an anonymous user.
We heavily oppose to any copyright protected files being shared on the site and we do our best to have it deleted, but this time we failed to do so in time.
This is not a problem that we expected as we do not incentivize download or uploading of files and we do not profit from neither users downloading or uploading files.
We are learning from this and we will put more time and effort into making sure that any copyright protected files are removed.
This has also been the reason to the two recent downtimes, we apologize about this once again.NoFile.io - Posted on May 15th, 2019
The main server has been updated which lead to a few hours of downtime. Pages and processes should now load much faster leading to less waiting time.NoFile.io - Posted on April 22nd, 2019
A new feature has been added which will allow you to upload images directly from your clipboard.
Try it out by taking a screenshot and pasting it when you're on the upload page.
To prevent accidental uploads a dialog box asking for confirmation is shown before your upload begins.NoFile.io - Posted on March 12th, 2019
As many of you noticed there was an outage the last couple of days with NoFile being completely inaccessible.
The problem was caused by an abuse complaint and has been handled. Measures are going to be put in place to make sure that a similar outage does not occur again.
No files, data or settings have been removed during the downtime.NoFile.io - Posted on October 6th, 2018
To make it easier to identify links; the filenames are now included in the URLs for standard uploads (without encryption).
A URL may look like: https://NoFile.io/f/Yl4NcFvsliN/NoFile_demo.png
Previews have been added for new and existing text files.
This will allow you to check the contents of text files without having to download them (text file demo).
It is now also possible to report files by pressing the warning triangle located on each download page.
All reports will be checked and processed as fast as possible.
Recently Google Safe Browsing tagged our CDN domain for malicious content.
This has lead to downloads being stopped in all major browsers, with a warning that the downloaded file is malicious, regardless of the actual contents of the file.
Files will never be automatically virus scanned for the following reasons:
All users are encouraged to scan suspicious files on public scanning services such as VirusTotal.
Sharing of malicious files is prohibited and if you intend to share a sample of malware for developement/educational purposes, then please password protect the file or encrypt it.
We are currently working on having this issue solved as soon as possible.NoFile.io - Posted on April 7th, 2017
It's now finally possible to edit the files again.
Press the "Options" button next to your upload in order to change the options (set a password, set an expiry time, disable previews or deleting files) of your file.
Files can also be edited by pressing the "wrench" icon next to each file when viewing the upload history.
Remember to bookmark or save the URL of the edit page as it will be required if you decide to edit the settings of your file in the future.
New bugs are popping up and we're working on having these patched as fast as possible.
Site animations have also been disabled by default, but you do have the option to enable them from the site settings.
A big thanks to the helpful users that have reported the bugs.
If you have any ideas that will improve the site or just want to share your opinion then contact us as we'd love to hear.
Encrypted uploads are now enabled, but the feature is still in BETA (read more about encrypted uploads).
When enabled all uploads are first encrypted on your device before being uploaded and stored securely.
NoFile.io is now open to the public and hopes to help simplify the process of storing files online to as many users as possible.
If you have any feedback, questions or something else that you would like us to know then please do on the contact page.