No.  They slow the leaks.  They do not STOP the leaks.  They depend on
leaks to work.

With a 24 hour TTL on the root zone, it ain't going to leak very much.

The practical TTL is 3 hours.

How come? This is a real question, unbound appears to believe the 24 hour TTL.

But dummy stub zones (which is what is being I'm requesting) require
changes in the root zone to add a insecure delegation to not break
other things.  That requires IANA to be instructed to do so.

Hm, I see your point.


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