As he says:
… a proof-of-concept bookmarklet that when clicked will set your SCORM course to complete with a score of 100 (works with both SCORM 1.2 and 2004).
That’s worrying if you’re a training manager, and you’re depending on SCORM courses to prove your compliance with laws and regulations!
Does this make SCORM useless? Not really, as long as you’re prepared to accept the limitations inherent in asynchronous WBT and in unproctored assessments. Any unsupervised online assessment should always be considered to be an “open-book” exam since the student could be using books and/or manuals, web access to resources such as Google, or even just a helpful coworker sitting beside him/her during the test. You’ll find a more detailed discussion of this on Mike Rustici’s blog.