It is a nice introduction and overview of the cell for anyone who is new to it.
Unfortunately the “hacking/exploit” section takes up about 1 paragraph among the pages and pages of general info. If you were to read the official docs that this was based upon then the hacking/exploit information is pretty self evident. Basically it comes down to no memory protection, so you can write to “code” sections and execute “data” sections which is the requirements for buffer overflow style exploits that have existed for a long time. The wrap around memory addressing is a bonus that makes this even easier.
What they don’t mention is the secure isolated SPU mode that anything of consequence runs in on the SPUs. In this mode the only access to the internals of the SPU is through an interface that is defined inside the isolated SPU module. Also these modules are encrypted and signed so that you cannot see how they work or alter how they work, making exploiting them very tricky.