How to store a Android Keystore safely on GitHub Actions

gpg -d --passphrase [Password] --batch Message.txt.asc > Message.txt
base64 --input [File] --output [File].b64
base64 -d --input [File].b64 --output [File]
Alpine & Ubuntu:
base64 [File] > [File].b64
base64 -d [File].b64 > [File]
  1. Encrypt the Keystore on the client safely with gpg:
gpg -c --armor release.keystore




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