Just for the record, nobody has even shown that there is a backdoor in the OpenBSD code today, even if there was one successfully planted 10 years ago.
I wonder how much of this happens in closed-source development...
did you reach that generalised conclusion (apart from either being stupid or just trolling) ?
With open source you CAN audit, with closed source you CAN'T audit and thus you are totally at the mercy of your provider when it comes to security.
And there's precisely zero actual evidence so far of an real, actual back door in the code.
Wake me up when there's something more than a random email from a random person making random claims.
OH MY GOD! I FORGOT! I worked on a contract for Microsoft a decade ago and somoene told me that their brother's aunt's first cousin's boyfriend was paid by Richard Nixon to put a backdoor in Windows!
Would anyone take that at all seriously even though Microsoft source is closed and no-one outside the company can even check to see whether such a back door exists? Yet people are ranting about the horrible security of an operating system where anyone who cares can trivially check the real, actual source code.