Clients often ask us how they can limit access to their SCORM content, or if SCORM has any form of digital rights management. Unfortunately, the answer is that SCORM doesn't have any specific rights management functionality. The mainstream use case for SCORM relies on trust and business agreements to protect content rather than technical security (after all, the "s" stands for "sharable", not "secure"). There are ways to achieve some form of protection, but they require deviating from the traditional SCORM deployment model. Options include developing a cross domain solution and hosting your own content and delivering compiled assets that check in with a home server. If you would like help with these advanced deployment scenarios, please let us know.
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