In this scenario, we’re trying to determine the probability that these 33 domains of interest would all end up in the same network range purely by chance.
The probability that a single, randomly chosen domain is hosted on one of the 254 usable IP addresses in this network range would be calculated as follows:
Probability_single = IP / Number of Domains = 254 / 370,000,000 ≈ 0.000000686
The odds that all 33 domains of interest (DoI) end up in the same network by random chance, you would raise this individual domain probability to the power of 33:
Probability_all = (Probability_single) ^ Number of Domains of Interest = (0.000000686) ^ 33 ≈ 1.07e-226
The resulting probability of approximately 1.07e-226 is an extremely small number, indicating that the likelihood of all 33 domains being in the same network range
purely by chance is effectively zero.
From: COINTEL 2.0
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