Hi! Newbie here so I apologize in advance if I'm asking a dumb question.
Like the title says, since I started using 1P CLI for GitHub ssh, a popup appears every 2-5 min that says: "1Password is trying to allow "bash" to use the key "Github" for SSH", with "Cancel" and "Allow" buttons. I've tried both (it wore me down after a while) and neither have any appreciable effect.
I am new enough to not know how to track down a potentially-rogue bash script on my machine, so I've looked the other way: I checked my sessions and scrolled through my activity log on GitHub. There was an existing session that seemed suspicious at first (enough that I changed my pwd and turned on mfa) but on examination was just me using my mobile for a zettelkasten I keep on GH. And an attempted login from Ukraine on April 1 :D Everything else is fine.
Any advice as to how to proceed?
Thanks for your time.
(1P cli version 2.1.0)
1Password Version: 8.7.0
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: 12.3.1