Suppose someone were to knick a "Login Data" file from a Windows computer's Google Chrome profile. They don't know the machine's user account password, but they may have some ideas as to what it could be, to try.
Is it at all possible for them to recover the plaintext passwords from the
Login Data file? Is it encrypted with any other entropy aside from the user account password? Does the encryption method use any entropy from the hardware profile of the machine, or anything like that? What if they were certain that the user account password was very poor? How trivially might they go about cracking it?
Note the host computer runs Windows 7.