Light Easy Money

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Description of standard system manager
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Description of standard system manager

Standard system manager works in every browser on your PC, laptop, tablet or phone. The manager works in secure mode and your access data are not cached. The latest version of the manager can be downloaded here.

After opening the manager you will see the title of the system, info about server your manager works at, manager version (this section also shows whether any new versions are available), language selection menu, and general menu:

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Wallet balance check. Type in your wallet number, password and press the "View" button. In addition to the balance of your wallet you will receive a password to the authentication server (below). It should be kept in a safe place. The "Fill all" link automatically adds your wallet number and entered password to all sections:

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Transfers. You must add your wallet number and password, then add recipient’s wallet number, amount of transfer and (optionally) any notes or comments to transfer.

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Reports about your transfers. You choose the time range for your report by clicking the corresponding buttons. The "date" section requires date (day/month/year) in the corresponding fields. You can choose the number of reports (transfers) visible on one page (it is seven by default).

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Creation of wallet. In this section you can create your wallets (no more than one wallet per hour). You do not have to fill in any registration data. Just press "Create" button. You receive your wallet number and password automatically. Keep these data in a safe place. You cannot change the password. You cannot restore access to your wallet if it was lost.

If anyone else saw the password to your wallet you should immediately create a new wallet and transfer all your money from the old wallet to the new one. The "fill all" link automatically adds your wallet number and entered password to all sections.

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Server verification section. Here you can check the server you are going to send the identity requests to, as well as connect another server for requests formation. The server you are going to send requests to is shown at the top of the system manager and called "Light Easy Money".

The standard manager can have an incomplete list of servers that can take requests. You can find the server addresses from other sources in the Internet. In that case though, you have the chance to find the server run by frauds. This is why before sending your requests you should check and verify the identity of the new server.

In order to do that you need to type your wallet and server address. Next to the server address field there is an "Set" link that lets you connect this server for requests formation. Verification can be done with both server being checked and previously checked server (verified server). If you did not get the response it means the server was NOT verified. If you did, then you must be careful to type your wallet AuthServer password in the "AuthServer Password" field. The AuthServer password can always be obtained by checking the balance of your wallet. AuthServer password differs from the password to your wallet for security purposes. WARNING! AuthServer password is not sent anywhere but used only to estimate the hash-code and compare it with the hash-code you got as part of the server response. If you typed AuthServer password correctly and the server is verified then hash-code fields will be highlighted green and you’ll see the "Server is authenticated!" caption. It means the server being checked can be used for any requests.


Receiving LEMs. In this section you can earn LEMs by completing a rather easy task. Add your wallet number to the “Your wallet” field. Press the "View" button and you will see the table with current tasks. Every task has its number (#), code (random set of 16 Latin letters and numbers), a field to add a string (RndString), sum in LEMs from 10 to 90 that will be credited to your wallet in case of successful completing the task and the difficulty of the task from 1 to 60 (Diff.). The sum and the code of the task do not depend on difficulty and are defined randomly while server generates a new task.

Result field (Res.) is located below every task. The result is defined by the SHA-256 hashing algorithm depending on the sum of the code line (concatenation, overlapping, bonding) and a random line that you choose. Thus, by changing a random line you change the result of the task. Your line may contain no more than 512 Latin letters and numbers. The task is considered completed if it has number of zeroes equal to the difficulty of the task in the beginning of the line.

Let’s see an example. The task #9, code znChd9yhFPrQTJgf, difficulty 7, sum for completing 90 LEMs. You must choose such string {str} that after calculating the SHA-256 function from znChd9yhFPrQTJgf{str} string you would get a hash result with seven zeroes in the beginning. If you have more zeroes it’s great, if you have less then the task is not completed. As soon as the correct random line is selected the result is highlighted with green light – then you can press the "Get" button located to the right of the results to send the request for transferring the earned money to your wallet.

By pressing the "Random" button you fill in the fields of random lines for all tasks with random numbers and see the result of the hashing together with the code. You can also initiate automatic process to select the random numbers for all tasks by pressing the "Auto Rnd" button. If any task is successfully completed the money will be transferred to your wallet (do not forget to fill in this field before starting automatic selection of the line). "Auto +1" button lets you make automatic selection of NOT random numbers but natural ones, by increasing the previous number by one.

Relevance of the codes is regularly controlled in automatic mode. It means that at one point codes are reset and the lines selection continues in case any codes have been solved or new solution codes appeared. No more than seven (7) tasks (codes) may be simultaneously unsolved.

Any user may create his or her app to solve the task. API section will help you with that.

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Solved tasks viewing. In this section you can view all solved codes at the moment. Every solution block includes the task number (#), initial task (Code), solution (String), sum you received for completing, task difficulty (Diff.), hashing result (Res.) as well as the wallet (Wal.) on which the transfer was made after completing (Comp.), date and time of transfer (date and time of completing the task).

Empty fields of the line and result say this task has not been completed yet.

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