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The could with a rainbow lookup table if the hashes have not also been salted.
This would require them to have a copy of the database (or at least a direct connection to it).
And if you can get a hold of the application code (even the compiled version) then salting your hashes doesn't much matter. With some effort the hacker could identifier your salt key and process and adjust their "hacking software" to make their rainbow tables work again. Although you should be safe if you are using a password manager as it's likely they will have your password in their list.
Let's just hope this "company X" doesn't have your credit card details stored right next to the plain text password
I emailed the CEO to let him know, let's see if he responds and if he does what his response is.
Or how about this email: "Our system has lost your password, which we store as plain text. Since you must have received a confirmation email at some point with your plain text password, could you please forward it to us and cc: GuyThiebaut, and we will restore your password. Thank you very much."
Another soundtrack, but with (Japanese) lyrics this time.
The Secret Life of Arrietty is a more recent Studio Ghibli movie (2011, so no Miyazaki).
The English version is dubbed by Tom Holland, better known as Spider-Man (but I watch subs, not dubs).
This is probably the first Ghibli I've seen where Joe Hishaishi wasn't the music composer.
However, Cécile Corbel wrote an awesome soundtrack and perhaps it's even my favorite Ghibli soundtrack to date.
It has a bit of a Celtic vibe to it and there are quite a few lyrics that I don't understand.
I watched the movie, got the soundtrack and then played it on repeat