There is a window issue right now and I have seen that there is anti-burglary glass.
Can any of you guys say anything about it? Does anyone have such glass and can they recommend it? Or is it complete nonsense?
Familiarize yourself with RC classes. A glass windowpane is only part of the burglary protection. You can take RC2 in easily accessible areas (like the first floor) and RC1 in other areas.
Burglary protection is always a system of several components, such as control of exterior boundaries, property and vulnerabilities, visibility, lighting, windows, doors, etc., all the way up to the panic room.
A dog is an even greater deterrent.
With the proper equipment and time, you can always enter the house.
We are talking about a film in the glass that prevents objects from entering through the window. In places with a high potential risk of burglary, such as storefronts, this is a good standard. In passenger cars, the regulations require that all front letters be equipped with a puncture-proof film.