Just for kicks I tested the Qualys web site itself with tis own tool. The results were A+ (is anyone surprised?)
Interestingly enough, the certificate date information indicated the following:
|Server Key and Certificate #1|
|Alternative names||www.ssllabs.com ssllabs.com|
|Prefix handling||Both (with and without WWW)|
|Valid from||Wed Apr 16 00:00:00 UTC 2014|
Thu Apr 16 23:59:59 UTC 2015 (expires in 11 months and 32 days)
The "expires in" is interesting to say the least.
11 months and 32 days would be 12 months and 1 day (in my book), which would make it 1 year and 1 day, which is obviously incorrect. The correct calculation from today (April 19, 2014) to April 16, 2015 would be 1 year minus 3 days, or 11 months and 28 days (you can also verify it on timeanddate.com).
So if Qualys cannot do basic date calculations correctly, why should I trust it to accurately test the security of other web sites?