Only four CAT tools made it to the "required" list:

I got my answer with James Sutherland. Indeed, it seems that most web-based CAT tools host you data on their servers. That means they have access to your data, even though they tell you it's safe, confidential, bla bla bla.

CatTools automatically performs the following functions for this activity:

Another interesting function of DéjàVu is EBMT (Example-Based Machine Translation), which few other CAT tools feature. It is a function that is different from the of Trados or Wordfast, since it does not only retrieve from the memory the segments that are similar to the segment to be translated, and which may differ from it by a single word or by a comma instead of a period, but is also capable of "correcting" the differences. Interestingly, the proposed version is often the correct one. The following example should illustrate the above principle.

- compatible with most CAT tools and file formats

CatTools is an application that provides  on routers, switches and firewalls. "The ability to display side-by-side configuration change comparisons has been helpful in diagnosing unauthorized configuration changes as well as educating new employees on how to properly do configurations. These features of Kiwi CatTools have benefited our organization greatly."

Select the Devices you want to configure from your CatTools Host.

The CatTools API is included as a way by which you can directly read from and write to the CatTools database. The API can basically perform the same function as the 'Add', 'Remove' and 'Edit' buttons in the CatTools UI.

There are several testing aids available in CatTools.


The Service version installs CatTools as a Windows service, allowing the program to run without the need for a user to log in to Windows. This option also installs the which is used to manage your devices, activities and activity schedules.It is important that the user account that CatTools is installed to "run as" has sufficient privileges to perform the tasks necessary for CatTools to operate. In most cases the Local System account is sufficient, however if you have difficulties getting CatTools to run as a Service, this user account is the first place to start looking.If an activity is failing for an unknown reason, technical support may ask you to '' before attempting to run the activity. This will capture all the interaction between CatTools and the device to a log file. This file can then be sent to technical support to assist in troubleshooting the problem.There are a number of variables that can be used within the filename fields throughout CatTools which will help you create unique names for your backups and reports.