First, download and run the VirtualBox_Uninstall.tool

sudo kextcache -invalidate /

Note: the kextcache command must be run as root.

You should see something like KernelCache ID: <Some ID>.

But just to make sure:

ls /Library/StagedExtensions/

You shouldn’t see VirtualBox any more.

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