I'm using Datagrip/pycharm for SQL development on Azure SQL databases, and have started getting security alerts from Azure saying: "Potential exploitation of application code vulnerability to SQL Injection was detected. This may indicate a SQL Injection attack on database ....". When I dig in and look at the SQL, the query has a typo, i.e. I typed in a query and made a mistake, put Azure security thinks it's a possible SQL injection. I believe this is because the application "Datagrip" (which is also the name reported when I use pycharm) is not recognized as a developer tool, so Azure thinks it's an application without human-type queries.
Is there any way to get datagrip/pycharm to report to be, e.g. SQL Server Management Studio, similar to how it's possible to get Chrome to report to be Firefox by switching the user-agent?