For some time now (a few months) my Mojave (formerly beta, then release, now .1 Beta) MacBook pro has been requesting the OTP for my 1P account when being unlocked after sleep. It asks this twice in succession. It does this 90% of the time it wakes up. Occasionally the second prompt is followed by a fuller dialogue to re-enter my 1P account password.
However the 1P app is unlocked and I can, in fact, open the 1P app from the menu bar to get the OTP and account password.
It is not clear what is asking for the OTP - browser extension or app - as both are unlocked and accessible. However since I recently changed from 1PX to the standard 1P extension in Chrome, I have to assume it's the app as this dialogue existed with both.
At first I didn't even realise it was 1P that was asking for an OTP as there is no branding on the dialogue that suggests what app is requesting it (this is bad form for any dialogue as it is, at best, confusing)
I often don't enter my OTP and just close both dialogues and everything is OK from a read only point of view, but when it comes to changing or saving a new password, things can go awry - such as losing syng or the password not saving - sometimes I get another OTP prompt at the time and I enter it and all is well.
This is obviously quite annoying and has a high level of friction on usability. I want the security of OTP for NEW device/logins (and maybe a periodic check), but I am happy with the other levels of security that my OS offers for day to day use on a pre-approved device and want it to be my single sign on thereafter.
In case it matters, I use synced 1P on Mac OSX, iOS 12, and a couple of Windows PCs, almost exclusively with Chrome. This does not affect my PCs.
1Password Version: 7.2.2.BETA-0 (70202000) AgileB
Extension Version: 188.8.131.52
OS Version: 10.14.1 Beta
Sync Type: Not Provided
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