java.io.InputStream subclasses are forced to reimplement int read() but are not forced to reimplement read(byte,int,int). If read(byte,int,int) is not overwritten, the default implementation in java.io.InputStream repeatedly calls read() but most InputStream implementations could do much better by reading multiple bytes at a time.
There is an existing rule which is similar to this but for the write() method in OutputStream implementations (squid S4349).
External references: https://errorprone.info/bugpattern/InputStreamSlowMultibyteRead
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