Helping Others When you DON'T know Their Language

Discussion in 'other security issues & news' started by ZOverLord, Jul 23, 2006.

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  1. ZOverLord

    ZOverLord Registered Member

    Jul 17, 2005
    No, I have not gone INSANE!.

    Sometimes you may have a need to work with someone to islolate a security problem who may not have any or very limited language skills in your language, and you may not know a word of their language.

    So how in the world can you be of any help?

    Well, first let me state one important fact, online translation is very very poor, BUT....if it's your only solution at the moment, this might help.

    I recently completed a Beta version of a utility I call ULRTMT "Universal Language Real-Time Message Translator" a mouthful I know, that allows you to use 38 different language combinations in Skype Chats. It allows you to have your Skype Chat messages translated inbound/outbound in real time.

    This is FREE!

    More information here:

    This is NOT the perfect solution, but when you are trying to help someone isolate a problem, and there is a language barrier, it can be of some help as a last resort.


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