Not really. An add-on can add all sorts of functions to the system and the control of each function is up to the function, not the add-on. If you want to stop people doing a certain thing with an add-on, then the add-on has to be written to support that.
You can do some security work with macros if you use Bob Swift's Macro Security add-on, but for everything else, you need the add-on to have coded for control.
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