Being able to calculate 160 Petabytes in 250 nanoseconds is just completely hard to imagine. But me having some type of weird passion for encryption malware, i immediately looked at this in a cracking kind of way.
Now obviously im not talking about taking on a full RSA 2048 key here through factoring, or anything like that, but i look at it like this.
On my current GPU i can crack a 16 length (8 byte) Hex password / key in under 2 days, and that is on a GTX 860, a good card but not great.
But with this kind of technology, when guessing the seed of an encryption, the sky is the limit. If i had this right now, i wouldn't even need to find a way to go around a loop hole in Cryptorbit's current encryption, I could simply crack a 40 char (20 bytes) HEX key in a moment, and be done with it.
Of course this could also be used for bad things to. With our technology right now, we can easly crack passwords that are around 10-12 chars on a GPU in a sane amount of time.
With this, even a 32 char password would be a security issue.