Susanna receives a Clue

Inside the post “Susanna receives a Clue” over at the Investigate Ingress blog, there were 3 codes found inside the source and an additional one that can be seen on the image of the post.

[1] 22122421122223132211321211131111121412132211122321141132131211111

[2] uyuxqbq836ojp69rzb7rq4cbqxolj4zm

[3] wlblwnvvlvpvdbvenfwlldvweldldvmldmwvlnmdvwvpvdmeb

[4] 200110001001101000011011000110010001101100011010100110011001100000011000000110000001100000011000000110000

Code #1

Observations

All numbers, not inside the normal ASCII range and longer than normal
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The highest number is a 4, which would make it ideal for repeating yourself and it starts with a 2.
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Code #2

Observations

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Code #3

Observations

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Sofar we had two binary solves, one involving RLE. Might it be that it is needed again?
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Code #4

Observations

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Look at all the information in the picture
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  • beowulf

    On code #3, how can we get binary data with RLE???