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COM stands for Component Object Model. To fix this sort of problem, Microsoft created the COM Surrogate process. The COM Surrogate process runs a COM object outside the original process that requested it. If the COM object crashes, it will only take down the COM Surrogate process and the original host process won’t crash. For example, Windows Explorer (now known as File Explorer) starts a COM Surrogate process whenever it needs to generate thumbnail images. The COM Surrogate process hosts the COM object which does the work
COM surrogate virus is a type of malware that replaces a legitimate Windows OS process. COM surrogate virus is a malicious version of the Component Object. While the initial functionality of COM is to allow to create COM objects used by Microsoft, COM surrogate virus is there for far more malicious deeds. Since 2015, hackers started camouflaging the COM surrogate process to disguise malicious Trojan horses, such as Trojan.
The COM Surrogate is a fancy name for Sacrificial process for a COM object that is run outside of the process that requested it. Explorer uses the COM Surrogate when extracting thumbnails, for example. If you go to a folder with thumbnails enabled, Explorer will fire off a COM Surrogate and use it to compute the thumbnails for the documents in the folder. It does this because Explorer has learned not to trust thumbnail extractors; they have a poor track record for stability.
COM Surrogate is one of those processes where you really have no idea of what it does by looking at it. It doesn’t have a custom icon and sits there without providing much information about what it does. Sometimes, there are multiple COM Surrogate processes running at once. If you go to task manager, you’ll normally see two of them running.