TORONTO, Ont. – All 72 ServiceOntario kiosks are still out of commission after card skimming devices were found on four machines in the Greater Toronto Area.

The province said the security breach took place at four kiosks in the Greater Toronto Area: Erin Mills Town Centre, Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre, Promenade Mall and Albion Centre Mall.

The illegal card readers are used to steal the credit and debit card information from customers who use the kiosks to renew their licence plate stickers.

It’s still not known how many people may have had their information stolen from the ServiceOntario kiosks.

Government Services Minister Harinder Takhar said the self-serve machines are still being examined to make sure only four were affected.

He said the government is working with the manufacturer of the kiosks to see if they can find a way to prevent the use of skimming devices in the future.

Takhar suggests the province will eventually phase out all of the self-serve kiosks.

The ServiceOntario kiosks were temporarily withdrawn from service on June 7.

Customers can still access services at or can visit one of nearly 300 ServiceOntario centres in the province.

ServiceOntario provides health card, driver’s licenses and vehicle registration services, among others.