I want to create a safe environment in my browser with a couple of extensions that I DON'T want to be deleted by users.
I tried using Private Fox to forbid access to about:addons page but I found out that user can remove an extension by simply right-clicking its browser-action icon and choosing "Remove Extension" from a context menu.

Is there a way to prevent this and hide that option from a menu?

Upd: Firefox runs on Linux machines


So, I asked a question at support.mozilla.com and got an answer - policies. As described here and here (Github) I can use "Extension" policy and add required add-ons in "Locked" category, effectively forbidding users from uninstalling named extensions. Actually a very powerful tool, it's a shame I haven't found it earlier

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