CA1017: Mark assemblies with ComVisibleAttribute
An assembly does not have the System.Runtime.InteropServices.ComVisibleAttribute attribute applied to it.
The ComVisibleAttribute attribute determines how COM clients access managed code. Good design dictates that assemblies explicitly indicate COM visibility. COM visibility can be set for a whole assembly and then overridden for individual types and type members. If the attribute is not present, the contents of the assembly are visible to COM clients.