Ex.ua resumes work under new domain
Fex.net is the new name for the popular fire share service
Ex.ua, one of Ukraine’s most popular and largest file share services, is back in black. It is now operating under the new domain and henceforth will be known as fex.net (File Exchange Network).
‘We are glad to report that the EX-files service has been successfully rebooted under fex.net domain. It is based on the entirely new technologic platform, which will be more comfortable for users,’ the message on the new website said.
The capacities of the renewed service will be growing. The administration will also charge money for data storage. ‘Fex.net is supposed to become the new stage in terms of storing information, and it will be entirely Ukrainian service. It will be duly protected and absolutely secure,’ reads the message.
Previously, in November 2016, ex.ua’s administration decided to shut down the web portal; that was their reaction to the Parliament-approved bill on fighting the web piracy in Ukraine.
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