Three codes were found in the Worlds Enough post on the Investigate Ingress blog.
[1] 2544295850304528343123415554554533
[2] 170409231303H131720L1920af0520JKc12b2117
[3] #%!@$!@!@$$$@##!#$$#$#$#@$$$%@$#@$!$$$
Code #1
Observations
34 numbers. Look closely at the distribution to find the hint to the cipher.
Easiest thing with this is to start with pairs
25 44 29 58 50 30 45 28 34 31 23 41 55 54 55 45 33
Look at where numbers should fall in the passcode format. They are all in the 50 range. Atbash the numbers
85 66 81 52 50 70 65 82 76 79 87 69 55 56 55 65 77
Convert decimal to Ascii
UBQ42FARLOWE787AM
Invalid. Farlowe is Hubert Farlowe
ubq42hubert787am
Code #2
Observations
A mix of numbers, capital letters and lowercase letters.
[hint]There is a cipher that uses all three type of characters but they mixed them up[/hint]
The fact that we have numbers, capital and lowercase letters points to Base64. Start by making pairs with the numbers
17 04 09 23 13 03 H 13 17 20 L 19 20 a f 05 20 J K c 12 b 21 17
Convert numbers to cap letters, cap letters to lowercase and lowercase to numbers
REJXNDhNRUlTU05FUjk2M1VR
Convert Base64 to text
DBW48MEISSNER963UQ
Code #3
Observations
All symbols
Well lets convert those symbols to there respective numbers on the keyboard.
#%!@$!@!@$$$@##!#$$#$#$#@$$$%@$#@$!$$$ 
35124121244423313443434324445243241444 
We now have numbers ranging from 1 to 5. This could be a Polybius square

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
1 
a 
b 
c 
d 
e 
2 
f 
g 
h 
j 
k 
3 
l 
m 
n 
o 
p 
4 
q 
r 
s 
t 
u 
5 
v 
w 
x 
y 
z 
Using this grid convert each pairs of numbers to its corresponding letter
pbqfithlosssitwsidt
pbq53loss626dt
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