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Commonly used annealed glass is easy to break. Tempered glass, though stronger, can also be shattered by applying great force. If broken at all, laminated glass behaves very differently: it has a vinyl interlayer which stays in the frame, allowing the fragments of glass to adhere to it. With this adherence, a stronger barrier against forced entry is provided since the glass cannot now be cut from just one side. Glasscutters are hence rendered useless.