What is safe.fiery.me?

safe.fiery.me is a fork of lolisafe. You can check out the fork here.

Will you keep my files forever?

Unless I receive a copyright complain or some other bullshit, I will.

How can I keep track of my uploads?

Simply create a user on the site and every upload will be associated with your account, granting you access to your uploaded files through our dashboard.

What are albums?

Albums are a simple way of sorting uploads together.
Right now you can create albums through the dashboard (and the homepage if you are logged in),
then afterwards you can use them with our Chrome extension or Firefox extension,
which will enable you to right click -> send to safe or to a desired album if you have any.
You will have to set the domain in the extension's settings to https://safe.fiery.me though.

Why should I use this?

I don't know.

I saw something too illegal for my tastes here, what should I do?

Send a strongly worded email to [email protected] and I will try to get back to you within 24 hours.

Do you have a No-JS uploader form?

Yes, check out this page.
Unfortunately you will not be able to associate your uploads to your account, if you have any.

Does your API support chunked uploads?

Yes, the homepage uploader will chunk your uploads into 10MB pieces by default.
If you want to utilize chunked uploads with the API, then feel free to inspect the HTTP requests.

What are the allowed extensions here?

We support any file extensions except the following: .jar, .exe, .msi, .com, .bat, .cmd, .nt, .scr, .ps1, .psm1, .sh, .bash, .bsh, .csh, .bash_profile, .bashrc, .profile.

How are the file URLs going to be determined?

Random 7-letter strings will automatically be generated for your uploads.
If you think that is too short, you can create an account, which will let you to set a preferred length.
At the moment you can choose from 4 to 32 letters.

Why is the maximum file size in the No-JS uploader form smaller?

This site is using Cloudflare, which limits the maximum upload size.
The homepage uploader will automatically chunk your uploads into 10MB pieces, so it is possible to increase the maximum file size there, but not in the No-JS uploader form.