Consider a public modulus that is supposedly 4096 bits. But since it contains two hex pairs of zeroes, i.e. ...:00:...:00... such that the bit length of the decimal value instead becomes 4093 bits, is it actually a 4096 bit key or not?
I hope my question is vaguely intelligible.
Edit: modulus is here https://pastebin.com/adYe0F7g The reason for my (stupid) question is that I was told it would have the size of 4096 bits, but when I do what I see many do in for example Python to calculate the bit length -> int(hexN, 16).bit_length() it turns out to be 4093.