You can see this when the firewall identifies the traffic via a signature or local analysis and determined it initially to be malicious, but then when it's sent to the sandbox environment for analysis it's discovered to be benign. Therefore, the verdict would be benign, but because we don't want to block traffic before the file is analyzed it took the action it best thought was appropriate.
When you take a look at the actual Wildfire report, I'd expect that you would see a different hash for these files being reported.
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