If a hacker was able to steal coins from a major Monero exchange or large owner would Monero developers be able to do anything to recover the stolen funds (assuming they wanted to try)?
Is it possible to revert transactions from a hacker without unmasking the privacy of other Monero users? For the purposes of this question assume that other non related transaction activity occurred on the Monero blockchain after the hack occurred but before it was discovered.
You can ignore the secondary question of whether or not Monero miners would approve a hard fork that would destroy the immutability of the Monero blockchain. This is not meant to be a governance question (or a comparison to the DAO hack) but a technical one.