I installed some software that I wanted to quickly check out. As it turns out, it helpfully decided to install a couple of Extensions. These extensions were for hardware I don’t have, nor do I plan to get.
I didn’t allow them in System Preferences > Security & Privacy, but there they were, still on my drive in the /Library/StageExtensions folder.
This folder is protected by SIP, so I wasn’t able to simply delete them.
Fortunately, running the following in Terminal cleared out the folder:
sudo kextcache --clear-staging
I also invalidated the kextcache on my boot driver via:
sudo kextcache -invalidate /
Now the offending extensions are gone, hopefully never to return.