Top domain lists, regardless of the source, are inherently limited. They provide a specific perspective on a given network, or set of networks, and the tendency to try and normalize data can obscure the underlying truth. Malicious domains can, and do, occur with frequency for various reasons and can make their way into any popularity list. The variance in how popularity is calculated by different sources can reduce their relevance to security use cases.
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