"OpenBSD is known for its security policies, and for its boast of "only one remote exploit in over 10 years". Well, make that two, because Core Security has found a remotely exploitable buffer overflow in the OpenBSD kernel. Upgrade your firewalls as soon as possible."
Source: Slashdot and Core Security
"Only two remote holes in 10 years" becomes a parody.. Everyone knows that the default install have another bugs that OpenBSD people doesn't want assume, but whatever. I don't care about it, since I prefer a professional solution than a joke called *bsd.