Course published in our LRS asking for tincan.xml
Jun 26, 2015
We have a published course in our LRS that is not starting and throwing us an error .
Ater analysis by the developers, we realized that it was asking for the tincan.xml file which we blocked on purpose, so that the user cannot look into the TinCan.xml and figure out how to cheat the responses in the questions. Inside the Articulate-Courses it’s pretty easy to figure out the correct answers if you look at a tincan file.
It is pretty surprising for this case as we have other courses published in the same way and never asked for the tincan file.
As a hotfix we can enable the download, but this would make cheating pretty easy. Any answers on this on why should this file be useful to the end user?
Thanks in advance!!
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