1. What is Win32.Virut Virus?
Win32.Virut is a worm that spreads around your system on the back of executable files (.exe and .src), once the virus is running in the system memory, every executable you run after that will consequently be infected with the virus. Virus.Win32.Virut.ce can also block access to security websites by modifying the Windows Hosts file.
Once a system is infected it becomes very difficult to remove.
2. Aliases of Win32.Virut:
W32.Virut.CF, W32/Virut.n, PE_VIRUX.A-1, W32/Scribble-A, Virus:Win32/Virut.BM, W32.Virut.CE
3. How Can I Know My System Is Infected By Win32.Virut?
Win32.Virut mainly infects computers using Windows operating systems. If you keep getting a message saying that there was a blocked redirect attempt by "jl.chura.pl/rc/". from AVAST or AVG Anti-Virus, your system may be infected by Win32.Virut virus.
4. How to Clean Win32.Virut Virus?
Win32.Virut will create an autorun.info file under each partition
of your hard disk. The virus will run automcticly when you visit your hard disk partitions. My first suggestion is to boot your computer with a bootable CD. Then delete the autorun.info files after you boot your machine from CD.
If you don't have a bootable CD, you should use another clean computer and visit http://www.freedrweb.com or http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/, download their programs and burn a bootable CD.
5. Next Step To Clean Win32.Virut Virus:
I have tried several Win32.Virut removal tools, Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool works great. It's free for downloading. It can run on an infected computer. You can download Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool on your desktop and running the tool. It may take several hours while the tool scanning your hard disk. After the scanning, you can select to repair or delete infected files. I personal select "Delete".
6. How to Confirm Win32.Virut Has Been Removed?
I suggest to uninstall your Anti Virus software. Go to http://www.kaspersky.com/trials and download Kaspersky to your desktop. Kaspersky has a one month free trial. Install Kaspersky and update the virus database, then do a complete virus scan. I'm not an affiliate with Kaspersky, you can choose to buy or use another Anti Virus after the Kaspersky trial.
7. For Experienced Computer User:
My suggestion is to format partition C: and do a new intallation of Windows and all programs. If you have a ghost file backup before your computer gets infected, you can recover your system from that ghost file.