Why Google Chrome runs cmd command everytime I run Chrome

I have COMODO Internet Security Premium installed in my computer.  Every time I run Google Chrome i get the below message.  Why Chrome needs to run CMD command every time I enter Chrome (seems that comodo contains it's execution maybe?)

I know I can hide or "dont isolate anymore" and that will do with the message.  But why chrome runs the cmd command?
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Do you have any toolbars installed that are enabled to work with Chrome?
janaAuthor Commented:
No toolbars install I can see, it just regular google chrome toolbar menu.
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Any odd extensions?
janaAuthor Commented:
Hello, I have found these installed:

iCloud Bookmarks
IObit Surfing Protection & Ads Removal
Mercury Reader
Floating for YouTube™
Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
Please look in the Comodo logs and find the exact command that is being blocked.  Let us know what it is.  Without that information we are speculating with no evidence.
Try disabling all of the extensions. Then enable them one by one, making a point to close and restart Chrome after doing so. Somehow, I wouldn't be shocked if it were IObit, but I have no way to say that for sure.
janaAuthor Commented:
Khan. below are log and below that the commands,

masnrock, I did as you recommended and found that when the below are enables, the message of "application contained" appears
  • IObit Surfing Protection & Ads Removal
  • iCloud Bookmarks
Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
We need to see more of the log entry, in specific we need to see the command that is being executed.  Slide the log window over and see if that information is present.

It is interesting to note that the same Autoruns purge entries are here as in the previous thread cited by BillDL above.  This may or may not be a coincidence.
janaAuthor Commented:
yes, I thought they were 2 different topics and wanted to award separate.  But noticed here it could be related.

the only log entries for CMD are the image I uploaded
janaAuthor Commented:
Attached the file of comodo logs
janaAuthor Commented:
At why is cmd.exe being launched everytime chrome is launched (see log here and image here - pay no attention to the "Unrecognized autorun entries" image)
janaAuthor Commented:
In essence, why is the cmd.exe program is launched when chrome is launched?
What if iCloud Bookmarks is enabled and not IObit?
janaAuthor Commented:
Found the cause.  I uninstalled chrome and installed it again but this time unchecked the option to reporting and Comodo stopped.  Digged a little more and found an apps the would activate (C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\SwReporter).  So after uninstalling and reinstalling WITHOUT the reporting option, no more message.

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