Enable Cloud Storage
Step 1: Get your Cloud Storage Bucket name for Firebase
Go to Firebase Console > Storage
Here, you will find your cloud storage bucket link for your Firebase Project. Copy that link
Step 2: Install gsutil
Install gsutil using the Cloud SDK Installer > https://dl.google.com/dl/cloudsdk/channels/rapid/GoogleCloudSDKInstaller.exe
2. Before Finishing installation, make sure that the following are selected:
Start Google Cloud SDK Shell
Run 'gcloud init'
A Google Cloud SDK Shell terminal will appear. Let it initialize and then this line will appear:
Press Y to Sign In.
On other Operating Systems:
1. Install gsutil, follow this guide > https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil_install#mac
Step 3: Set cors.json
2. Navigate to your Cloud SDK directory.
3. Paste the cors.json file at this location
4. Open Cloud SDK Shell Terminal and run this command:
What is cors.json?
CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) can be simply defined as rules that allow or block access to specified domains.
The cors.json file that you downloaded earlier allows access to any domain:
The asterisk "*" means that it will allow access to any domain. You can replace it with your own domain name and then run the gsutil cors set to apply the CORS.
Firebase Storage Rules:
These default rules mentioned above will allow to Upload or Download data only if the user is Signed In using Authentication.
Temporarily, for Testing Purposes, you can allow uploads and downloads even if user is not Authenticated using these rules given below:
For minimum Security atleast use the Default Rules to allow only Authenticated Users to get access to your data:
The above Rules won't protect you from attackers. To protect your app, Deploy customized Security Rules for your app.
For More info see this page: #Secure Your Firebase Project .