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If you are interested in experimenting with the GUI over Tor, you can try `torsocks` (note this may leak info -- do not rely on it if your life depends on maintaining anonymity). Here is an example on MacOS, adjust as needed for the Linux GUI: ``` torsocks --port 9150 /Applications/monero-wallet-gui.app/Contents/MacOS/monero-wallet-gui ```
This will allow the GUI to communicate with the Tor network. Once the GUI is open and a wallet loaded, you must configure it to connect to your Tor hidden service by adding your onion address to: "Settings > Node > Remote node > Address".
In future versions of the GUI, we expect to add direct Tor / I2P support so that `torsocks` + commandline are not needed.
# Additional resources
[ANONYMITY_NETWORKS.md](https://github.com/monero-project/monero/blob/master/ANONYMITY_NETWORKS.md)
[Using Tor](https://github.com/monero-project/monero#using-tor) (Monero README)