12/14/2012
Expired: 
Yes
AP: 
0
XM: 
0
Discovery: 

Use the Asemicism font to find each glyph’s corresponding qwerty keyboard designation and convert that to a regular human-readable font. You can also map each glyph to an arbitrary letter of the English alphabet and use a cryptogram solver to obtain the middle words of the passcodes (the remaining portions would need to be guessed or brute-forced, though).

See full explanation at decodeingress.