SQL injection, or SQLi, is a cyberattack method in which malicious code is inserted without the user’s consent. The code used is in the form of SQL statements, programming code designed to perform routine tasks on a database. SQLi is typically used to perform tasks such as dumping all of the data from a database to the attacker, or hand over administrative control of the database itself. It may also destroy data, change or corrupt specific data fields, or void transactions and change balances.
Our suite at a glance
Everything you need for remote and hybrid learning situations to keep your students engaged and connected from anywhere.
Filter and monitor any school device or OS with K-12’s most powerful content filter, whether on-site or remote.
Eliminate distractions and connect with students using K-12's leading remote classroom management and video conferencing software.
Identify students who are at risk of suicide or possible harm to others through threats, violence, and bullying.¹
Easily track, assign, and report on your district’s deployment with the leading Chromebook device management tool.
Help keep users safe on all devices with a DNS filtering solution built specifically for education.
Give parents direct access to their student’s device activity and additional filtering controls from an easy-to-use mobile app.
- GoGuardian Beacon serves as one data point of a school's overall suicide prevention program.