Depending on what repositories you install and the level of trust you have in them, it could in some cases be a smart move to consider disabling automatic add-on updates in order to ensure that the integrity of the add-ons you use aren’t compromised by untrustworthy developers.
Step 1: Navigate to the “Settings” tab under the “SYSTEM” menu heading.
Step 2: Choose the “Add-ons” option from the left side vertical menu.
Step 3: Press to the “Left” of your screen until the left side pop out menu is displayed.
Step 4: Toggle the “Auto updates” field to “Notify” at this point.
Step 5: Press to the “Right” of your screen to hide the pop out menu again.
Step 6: You’ve now disabled automatic updates, however you can still check to see when updates are available by clicking on the “Available updates” option within the same menu in the future.
Step 7: Select on the name add-on you wish to update at this point.
Step 8: Click on the “Update” button within the add-on information prompt.
Step 9: Wait a few seconds for the update to complete, it will then be removed from the list of available updates.
Congratulations! Now you don’t have to worry about whatever sketchy repositories you’ve installed from other sites potentially hijacking others add-ons that they didn’t originally develop