This rule is deprecated; use S6173 instead.
Why is this an issue?
Dynamically loaded classes could contain malicious code executed by a static class initializer. I.E. you wouldn’t even have to instantiate or
explicitly invoke methods on such classes to be vulnerable to an attack.
This rule raises an issue for each use of dynamic class loading.
Noncompliant code example
String className = System.getProperty("messageClassName");
Class clazz = Class.forName(className); // Noncompliant