To restore full functionality to your ESET product, clear the existing ESET kernel extension approvals and manually approve them again.
Control-click the downloaded SQL file and select Get info.
Open the Terminal application .
Run the command:
ls -l /Volumes to get the system drive name. The system drive appears next to the symlink directing to / (slash sign). Take note of the drive name.
From the Apple menu select Restart.
Follow the Start up your computer in macOS Recovery section of the Apple support page.
The computer is now in Recovery mode. From the Apple menu select Utilities → Terminal .
Run the command but substitute the words in bold with the information you got in steps 5 and 3 respectively:
/Volumes/"Macintosh HD"/usr/bin/sqlite3 /Volumes/"Macintosh HD"/private/var/db/SystemPolicyConfiguration/KextPolicy < /Volumes/"Macintosh HD"/Users/eset-dkb/Downloads/sqlite-cleardb.sql
Replace "Macintosh HD" with system drive name you got from step 5. Replace
"Macintosh HD"/Users/eset-dkb/Downloads/ with the file path you got from step 3.