In the 90s, to prevent rampaging video piracy in the Southeast Asia, especially in Malaysia and Singapore, VHS released in those countries were carried an warning message on VHS inlay, including the VHS released by HVN (Home Video Network) and defunct CIC Video Malaysia. However, the scans of those inlaid messages weren't found online at all and thus it was lost. In February 14, 2022, an YouTube channel named "The Video Archive" posted an video named "Quick-Fire Collections: Malaysia", in which the video uploader has showcased a few of Malaysian VHS he bought and shown the inlaid warning messages for a while. However, these were taken from too far away, the texts weren't clearly readable and parts of them were hidden by the fingers, but at least the inlaid warning messages were finally discovered.
The CIC Video Malaysia's inlay warning message (as shown below,) is taken from an Malaysian tape of Jackal movie, the HVN Video's inlay warning message taken from the Malaysian tape of Mickey & Company, and its alternative variant is taken from the Malaysian tape of Disney's Pinocchio.