Send Links and Clipboard (via WebSocket)

Send Links and Clipboard (via WebSocket)

Open Links in another browser or share clipboard between multiple machines using WebSockets

Send Links and Clipboard (via WebSocket) promo image
What is Send Links and Clipboard (via WebSocket)?

Send Links and Clipboard (via WebSocket) is an Edge add-on that allows you to privately open webpages or links in another browser and share clipboard between multiple machines using WebSockets. It supports public and private WSS servers and enables peer-to-peer file sharing between clients using WebRTC. You can even send links between your desktop computer and mobile device.

Merlin
Stats
By: Bermet
Users: 344 ▲ 46
Version: 0.1.2 (Last updated: 2020-04-07)
Creation date: 2020-04-07
Risk impact: Low risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
Permissions:
  • notifications
  • storage
  • contextMenus
  • clipboardRead
  • clipboardWrite
  • activeTab
Size: 96.17K
Stats date:

Other platforms

Share Links and Clipboard
Share Links and Clipboard (v0.1.4)
0.00 (0) 85
Not available on Firefox
Want to check extension ranking and stats more quickly for other Edge add-ons? Install Chrome-Stats extension to view Chrome-Stats data as you browse the Edge Add-on Store.
Chrome-Stats extension
Merlin
Summary

This extension is meant to privately open webpages or links in another browser either the browser is located on the same machine or is connected to the WebSocket server over the internet. Also, each member of the network can share the clipboard with another member. It is also possible to use your WSS server on a private network so that the link-sharing is accessible even if the network is not connected to the internet.

Features:

  1. Share links and webpages with other members
  2. Update the clipboard content of another computer
  3. Can work with both public and private WSS servers
  4. Send peer-to-peer files between clients using WebRTC

Note that this extension can be used to send links between your desktop computer and mobile one. For instance, you can send links from Firefox for Android to Edge browser on desktop.

Safety
Risk impact

Send Links and Clipboard (via WebSocket) is relatively safe to use as it requires very minimum permissions.

Risk likelihood

Send Links and Clipboard (via WebSocket) has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

Upgrade to see risk analysis details
Screenshots