Frequently Asked Questions


General

What is fxy.moe?

We're a private file host.
Platform wise, we run on a fork of WeebDev's chibisafe.
Our fork is based on BobbyWibowo's fork; you can view the upstream source here on GitHub.

Will you keep my uploads forever?

Unless the uploads are illegal in nature, uploads will be kept indefinitely on a best-effort basis.
If you wish to have your uploads removed automatically, you can make use of our auto-expiration functionality.
It is disabled by default, but you can configure it through our homepage uploader's Config tab.

Do you maintain access logs?

Yes. The logs contain each visitor's IP address, user-agent, and request made. This is logged for abuse monitoring across all provided services.

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 as soon as possible.

I'm having other issues! Can you help?

Reach out to Jade, and I'll see what I can do to help you out.

Technical

Where is the server located?

Beauharnois, Canada.
We are using Cloudflare though, so you can expect your uploads to be delivered quickly all over the world after they have been cached.

Are there any Desktop clients?

There are compatible browser extensions for the most popular browsers.:
Firefox extension. Maintained by BobbyWibowo. You can view the source code here.
Chrome/Edge/Opera extension. Maintained by chibisafe's team. You can view the source code here.
With the Chromium extension, you will have to manually set the domain in the extension's settings to fxy.moe.

If you use Windows, we support uploads from ShareX.
You can download the config file by clicking on the ShareX icon on the homepage.
When logged in, the config file will also be automatically populated with your account's token.
This will allow you to manage your ShareX uploads from our Dashboard.

If you use Linux, there is a compatible bash uploader which is maintained by BobbyWibowo.
You can learn more about it from its GitHub repository.

Do you have a No-JS uploader form?

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

This site is using Cloudflare, which limits the maximum upload size in a single request.
Since we cannot chunk uploads without using JS, we are limited to Cloudflare's per-request maximum.

Does your API supports chunked uploads?

Yes. The homepage uploader was coded to chunk uploads into 10 MB pieces by default. However, this is configurable through its Config tab.

If you want to chunk your API uploads, feel free to inspect the source code to see how it works.
A rough description of how it works is to simply upload the chunks with their UUID information attached,
and then call the "finish chunks" API with the said UUID, to rebuild them into a single proper file.