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When I'm done with making Ubuntu remember my password and do not ask for it before risky actions...

Is there a way to get safe pop up confirmation window (without password input, just OK or cancel)?

So I will know when a pesky program runs a risky action that I don't want to proceed?

Or it is not developed since the program could just simulate a click on OK anyway?

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No, there is no way to do this. If you enable sudo without a password (How to run sudo command with no password?), then any process you run can execute sudo and run code as root without any confirmation.

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