I'm looking for information on known-plaintext attacks against XTEA. I'm most interested in the worst case scenario: if an attacker has all 8 bytes of input and all 8 bytes of output, how much information can they learn about the key (and how easily). Or I guess worse than that is if they have multiple such pairs of blocks produced with the same key.
Additionally, suppose an attacker knows all 8 bytes of plaintext, but only X bytes of ciphertext (including their position in the block). Then what kind of information can they determine about the key? (this has applications when other modes, like CTR, are used and a crib occurs in the first block).