CA1307: Specify StringComparison
A string comparison operation uses a method overload that does not set a StringComparison parameter.
Whenever an overload exists that takes a StringComparison parameter, it should be used instead of an overload that does not take this parameter. By explicitly setting this parameter, your code is often made clearer and easier to maintain.
To fix a violation of this rule, change string comparison methods to overloads that accept the StringComparison enumeration as a parameter. For example: change String.Compare(str1, str2) to String.Compare(str1, str2, StringComparison.Ordinal).
It is safe to suppress a warning from this rule when the library or application is intended for a limited local audience and will therefore not be localized.