How to Check Multiple Text Inputs for SQL Injection Attacks in C#
Structured Query Language (SQL) is a domain-specific language that is transformed into malicious content for SQL injection attacks. These attacks mainly occur in web applications and databases through the exploitation of an incorrectly coded field in an online form, and can have major security implications if executed. Due to the difficulty of preventing human error in coding, it can be helpful to utilize an automated option for protecting your applications and databases from these attacks. The following API can be used in C# to check multiple text inputs for SQL injection attacks in batch, enabling you to provide better protection for you and your customers.
To begin the operation, we will install the .NET Framework SDK:
Install-Package Cloudmersive.APIClient.NET.Validate -Version 3.2.0
Next, we will call the function with the following code:
using Cloudmersive.APIClient.NET.Validate.Model;namespace Example
public class TextInputCheckSqlInjectionBatchExample
public void main()
// Configure API key authorization: Apikey
Configuration.Default.AddApiKey("Apikey", "YOUR_API_KEY");var apiInstance = new TextInputApi();
var value = new SqlInjectionCheckBatchRequest(); // SqlInjectionCheckBatchRequest | User-facing text input.try
// Check and protect multiple text inputs for SQL Injection (SQLI) attacks in batch
SqlInjectionCheckBatchResponse result = apiInstance.TextInputCheckSqlInjectionBatch(value);
catch (Exception e)
Debug.Print("Exception when calling TextInputApi.TextInputCheckSqlInjectionBatch: " + e.Message );
The returned result will indicate if an attack was detected from any of the target text inputs, so you can address them immediately if necessary.