Before you click, are you sure you wouldn't rather seethe with angry suspicion forever?
Ever since hackers released the secret data of 36 millions users of Ashley Madison—the dating website for cheaters—millions of Americans have been wondering: "Is my husband or wife one of those people? And which is it: husband or wife? I need to know!"
Well now you can find out without googling "What is the dark web?"
Trustify, an Internet investigation site that seems to cater to people who think their partners are cheating, has a simple tool (so do a bunch of other sites) where you can enter an email address to see if you or your partner (or your friend or your ex) was stupid enough to use their real email address and name on a cheating website.
Here's how it works. First, you enter the email address you want to search:
Then, you either find out you weren't breached (or your hubby was never on the site) or you find out you were breached:
At which point you have the option to tweet that information ("I took the Ashley Madison Hack QUIZ and I got 'I'm a cheater!'") or hire Trustify to investigate further or weep softly while wishing you'd never clicked on this post.