CRV2 AntiPattern

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In software engineering, a design pattern is a reusable solution to a common occurring problem that can be generalized to be used a numerous contexts of software design.

Anti-patterns are commonly used patterns used in software engineering but are ineffective, counterproductive, and may result in software vulnerabilities.

The Code Review Guide will focus on anti-design patterns that help create in-secure code/applications.