Adjust URI host parsing to stop on \ character.

The WHATWG URL parsing algorithm [1] used by browsers says that for
"special" URL schemes (which is basically all commonly-used
hierarchical schemes, including http, https, ftp, and file), the host
portion ends if a \ character is seen, whereas this class previously
continued to consider characters part of the hostname.  This meant
that a malicious URL could be seen as having a "safe" host when viewed
by an app but navigate to a different host when passed to a browser.


Bug: 71360761
Test: vogar frameworks/base/core/tests/coretests/src/android/net/ (on NYC branch)
Test: cts -m CtsNetTestCases (on NYC branch)
Change-Id: Id53f7054d1be8d59bbcc7e219159e59a2425106e
(cherry picked from commit fa3afbd0e7a9a0d8fc8c55ceefdb4ddf9d0115af)
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